Sign up for an apprenticeship with South Tees Hospitals and join one of the Tees Valley’s biggest employers.
We don’t just train doctors and nurses – we’ve got an apprenticeship for everyone, no matter what your age or educational background.
Students have a high success rate in securing permanent employment after completing our programmes.
Already employed at the trust? Why not take your career to the next step with a higher level apprenticeship? We currently have more than 40 staff doing Masters level apprenticeships.
For more information
- read our our apprenticeships frequently asked questions
- visit our apprenticeships programme website
- call 01642 854744 or email email@example.com.
Don’t just take our word for it…
Take a look at the video and read the testimonials below to hear staff from across the trust on how apprenticeships have helped their careers.
Lucy Duffy is training to be a nurse after completing a healthcare apprenticeship with the therapeutic care team at South Tees Hospitals.
“I’ve gained an extra qualification whilst working and earning. If I had gone straight from college to my nursing university course I would not have the experience I have now.”
Sara Khan is profoundly deaf but that has not stopped her achieving a healthcare support services apprenticeship and securing a job as a ward clerk.
“I never thought I could work in a hospital. I could not believe it when I got my apprenticeship… They are all there for me: my communicators, the ward staff, everybody. I feel like I’m really part of a team.”
Therapy assistant Graham Williamson is undertaking a foundation degree assistant practitioner apprenticeship to support and assist patients affected by cancer.
“You are never too old to do an apprenticeship. It took me a long time to work out what I wanted to do and this is just the start for me!”
Tom Williams had no idea what he wanted to do when he left school but he knew college was not for him. He completed a healthcare support apprenticeship and is now working as a dental laboratory assistant at James Cook Hospital while training to be a dental technician.
“I did not expect a place like this to exist in a hospital. I can’t believe how lucky I am to still be enjoying what I’m doing after two years.”
Community therapy team lead Sarah Clifford is undertaking a Masters in advanced clinical practice, developing her skills at university one day a week.
“One day I learn about it and the next I’m putting it into practice.
“It’s never too late – you just have to think about what you want to develop!”