ThinkFuture

Think Future

The ThinkFuture programme aims to support you and your organisation to bring more young people into your workforce.  We have developed a range of tools and resources to help you do this, including three new digital toolkits. 

To share what your organisation is doing to recruit young people into the workforce please contact us.

We are delighted that ThinkFuture's #nhswhereIstarted campaign was nominated at the 2016 Health Business Awards. Find out more about the campaign through the links below.

ThinkFuture is delivered by NHS Employers as part of the Health Education England Talent for Care and Widening Participation programmes. 

 
think future hr

HR toolkit

Everything HR professionals need to recruit more young people into their workforce.

think future manager

Manager toolkit

Advice, tools and resources to help managers support young people joining their team.

Think future comms

Communications toolkit

Supporting you to plan and deliver a local recruitment campaign aimed at young people.

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Employing young people - the business case

Why the NHS should employ more young people?

Checklist

Recruiting young people information and Q&A

Useful information and answers to some frequently asked questions to help you recruit 16-24 year olds into the NHS.

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