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Pret a Manger

Pret

 

 

Our work experience weeks are 3rd to 7th July and 10th to 14th July and we will be offering places on a first come first served basis.  Any students will be paid for this week (6 hours per day for 5 days).  If your students are accepted onto the programme we will allocate one of the work experience weeks to them.

 

Students must be 16 – 18 years old to apply.

 

To find out more and to apply students will need to complete their details here:  http://pret.co.uk/experience-week

 

 

 

Medical



We have just opened the spaces for our October Medical Work experience camp for aspiring medical students. We are offering it to our UK partner schools first. I have included details about the work experience and also the available dates.

Our medical work experience camps include:

  • 25 hours hospital work experience per week
  • 1 x Interview workshops per week
  • 1 x MMI simulation with feedback
  • 1 x Panel interview simulation with feedback
  • 2 x Clinical training sessions per week
  • Personal statement review and advice

Here are the dates we still have some spaces:

  • 15th October – 21st October 2017
  • 22nd October – 28th October 2017

For students looking to book medical work experience I have included a link here: hospital work experience.

Please share with any students considering a medical pathway. If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch!

All the best!

Mark Williams
Medical Co-ordinator

 

Medical Projects

 

 

Mark Williams - Medical Co-ordinator

E: info@medicalprojects.co.uk
W: www.medicalprojects.co.uk
T: 0191 704 2064

 

 

 

 

 

Thales

Thales Crawley are running a work experience for students in school years 11,  12 and 13.

 

What this week is about - This is a workshop designed to give students a good insight and understanding about a products life cycle. The students spend the week in groups and in these groups they will plan, design, build, test and review a product requested by a ‘customer’.

The groups will have to talk with the customer to discuss the requirements for the product and then work on a design. They then need to produce a working prototype to test against the customers’ requirements.

While this happens, students will also get a tour of our site and have the chance to work in the manufacturing area to solder and produce an electronic kit.

 

What you can learn from this week -This is a perfect opportunity for students to get an insight into engineering and help students get very useful work experience from a well-recognized company in engineering. This will help massively when applying for apprenticeship places or graduate programmes.

 

The week will run 31st July to 4th August 2017.

Application deadline is 15th May 2017.

 

Please click here to download the application form