Or is public sector management more your thing?

Then you’ll probably know already that the NHS Management Training scheme is now open.

See my previous post for a ppt that lists many other possible public sector schemes.

They say:

Applications are now open for the highly-rated NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme. Choose from four specialist routes, depending on your career interests: finance, health informatics, human resources and general management. Whichever route you choose, you’ll benefit from excellent career prospects, and thorough preparation for a successful career in the NHS – one of the largest employers in Europe.

Throughout the scheme you’ll undertake practical placements that develop your skills and experience, alongside study for professional qualifications in your chosen field. At the end of the scheme (which lasts for two and a half years if you’re on the finance route or two years for all other routes) you’ll have built a network of valuable contacts and a full CV that demonstrates your employability.

But it isn’t just the job prospects that make the NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme so popular. The scheme has fantastic retention rates as benchmarked by the Association of Graduate Recruiters and you can find our trainees throughout the NHS in senior roles, including our current Chief Executive.

You can see why for yourself on our Facebook page with real career timelines and by asking questions to our current and past trainees.’

Come and have a chat with me about your application and the psychometric testing you’ll have to go through.