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Working in partnership with Jobcentre Plus

South Tees Foundation Trust details its pre-employment programmes run in partnership with their local Jobcentre Plus in this case study. Find out how this partnership has helped the trust support local communities and establish a strong employer brand locally.

Our case study from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals explains the trust's effective approach to recruiting in partnership with their local Jobcentre Plus.
Supporting those who have faced homelessness
In this case study from Sandwell and West Birmingham Foundation Trust, find out how the trust partnered with a local charity to refurbish disused buildings into accommodation for their young apprentices facing homelessness.  

Engaging with and recruiting from your local community to strengthen workforce supply


Listen to all three episodes in the recruiting from your local community podcast series:

  • In episode one, find out why John Timpson recruits ex-offenders and how this benefits his organisation. 
  • Episode two hears from University Hospitals Birmingham about the benefits they have experienced in engaging with and recruiting from marginalised groups locally.
  • Jagtar Singh OBE, Chairman of Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust, speaks to us in episode three about how trusts can begin to take positive action in their recruitment.

Supporting staff with disabilities


Understand more about how to engage with, support and employ staff with learning disabilities in this case study from Barts Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Engaging with and employing care leavers


Richard Griffin of Health Education England wrote a blog on why the NHS should consider supporting care leavers into employment.  

Training routes into the NHS


This infographic identifies training routes that are available to complement your existing talent pipelines and workforce supply. 
Project SEARCH supports people with disabilities gain the skills they need to get meaningful jobs.
 This video produced by the DFN Project SEARCH team at Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust shows the range of opportunities they offer and gives a real insight into how the project works. 

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