Healthcare Horizons is helping young people in East London to take the first steps in NHS careers by enabling them to learn more about different health professions, access higher education and secure employment within the NHS.
According to Suzanne Tyler, the RCM's Executive Director for Services to Members "There is a dearth of senior leaders of colour in maternity and we hope this mentoring programme will be a catalyst for positive change for these staff and the wider NHS."
The purpose of IOSH Mentoring is to connect people within the occupational safety and health sector who are willing to share their knowledge and experience with their mentees and build relationships with other IOSH professionals.
To support ELFT's commitment to developing their peoples' full potential as well as equipping their colleagues with tools like coaching and mentoring so that they can enhance their self-awareness, personal and professional skills, development, effectiveness, performance and growth.
NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Programme delivered by Anglia Ruskin University
Aim of program
The programme is part of the Accelerated Access Collaborative (AAC) which brings together industry, government, regulators, patients and the NHS to remove barriers and accelerate the introduction of new ground-breaking treatments and diagnostics which have the potential to transform care.
Business in the Community (BITC) is a community outreach charity and network of business members leading a movement to create a fair and sustainable world in which to live in work. BITC work and campaign with more than 600 members to continually grow their responsible business practices, uniting efforts for greater social and environmental impact in communities across the UK.
alta is a mentoring platform developed to provide mentoring opportunities and a support network to professional women in the aviation and aerospace sector. The mentoring platform supports alta mentors to offer their skills to women who seek support in specific career or personal areas (such as maternity leave, career breaks or work-life balance) and for female mentees to identify a mentor with the suitable experience to suit their development needs.