Call our 24/7 advice line for health care professionals and families if you need support with symptom management and end of life care.
Resources for students
For students, we can offer advice on those who may be considering a career in a health and social care setting, advise on career pathways and conduct a discussion group to encourage conversations around life, society, death, funerals and grief.
An opportunity to open up and have a conversation about life’s challenges such as death, loss, funerals and grief. This session can be facilitated as an assembly or in small groups and is seen as a proactive approach to empowering teenagers and young people to discuss in a non-judgemental space. The session involves discussion and listening to others’ experiences and thoughts and developing a deeper understanding of life’s experiences which will encourage emotional resilience and the ability to support others now and in the future.
Career Pathways / Work Experience
This session aims to demonstrate the different health and social care opportunities available at St Nicholas Hospice Care. We focus on nursing pathways and opportunities to learn, different work experience opportunities and past student and staff career journeys, fundraising opportunities and why this can enhance social skills and knowledge of the charity sector.
Overarching Principles of End of Life Care
This session offers students who are interested in a career in the health and social care profession an overview of government policies, medical, nursing and holistic care, ethics in nursing, communication skills and advanced care planning.
Placements and work experience
To find out more about placements we offer, please click here.
Young volunteering is another good way of gaining valuable experience especially if you are undertaking the Duke of Edinburgh award. Areas in which you can volunteer include retail, catering, marketing, admin/reception.
Get in touch
To make an enquiry about any of the above training sessions or placements, email our Education Team or call them on 01284 766133 x199.
Information for staff
Click here to view resources for staff.