Earn while you learn on Princess Alexandra Hospital and Anglia Ruskin University's four-year nursing degree course
A dozen places are on offer to join Princess Alexandra Hospital and Anglia Ruskin University’s apprenticeship degree nurse training scheme.
The hospital in Harlow is the first in Essex to adopt the four-year programme, where recruits are employed as clinical support workers so they can earn while they learn.
At the end, they will become a registered nurse with a BSc (Hons) degree, fully funded by the hospital, and graduate with no student debt.
Sharon McNally, director of nursing, midwifery and allied health professionals at the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust, said: "We are proud to offer the apprenticeship route into nursing in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University.
“There are 12 places available for passionate aspiring nurses who want to work and learn at our hospital. This is a fantastic opportunity to help make a difference for local people and develop the skills to pursue a rewarding career in nursing.”
Applications will close on Monday (May 3). To apply, visit the Government apprenticeship website and the TRAC jobs website.
Successful applicants will be invited to a virtual interview with representatives of Anglia Ruskin and PAH on Tuesday May 25.
Applicants must be able to prove they have maths and English qualifications and evidence of Level 3 learning. Any course must be completed prior to applying.