Ranging from undergraduate placements through to post registration training, our well-established preceptorship programme is overseen by the NMAHP team and provides newly qualified staff with the skills, support and confidence to become competent and effective practitioners.
At Barts Health, we offer an excellent package with exclusive benefits and the chance to gain unparalleled experience and learning opportunities across our five major hospitals. You’ll be making a difference in one of the most vibrant cities of the world, at one of the most exciting times of your life.
Bringing out your best
We are committed to providing safe and compassionate care across east London. You’ll have the opportunity to work with world-leading medical staff and draw on their depth of experience as well as working in a wide range of clinical environments. Our team is our greatest asset in delivering safe and compassionate care – we will bring out the best in you, so you can bring out the best in others.
The nursing programme is split into two phases. Phase one focuses on confidence and competence, and includes communication skills, safeguarding, patient safety, responsibilities for improvement as well as other core competencies. Phase two focuses on leadership and managerial skills and you’ll undertake the NHS Leadership Academy Edward Jenner Leadership programme.
At Barts Health we are committed to providing support and learning opportunities to all our undergraduate nurses. We will prepare you for your career as a qualified nurse through our highly skilled and talented mentors and our excellent nurse education programmes.
We pride ourselves on the support provided to our students in all the different clinical areas, as we consistently demonstrate how valuable our undergraduates are.
1,200 internationally educated nurses and midwives
We have been awarded for the support we provide for our internationally educated nurses and midwives.
The NHS Pastoral Care award recognises the physical and emotional care we give to new people joining Barts Health from overseas. This includes 1,200 internationally educated nurses and midwives since 2016.
At Barts Health we offer elective placements for Nursing and Midwifery students. You must be at least 18 years old to apply. Please complete an elective placement request form and email the electronic copy to the undergraduate education team. Please note submitting this form does not guarantee you a placement.