The minimum age is 14 years (on the day you start your placement). Work experience placements are generally for untrained young people of school age between 14 and 18 years old, however consideration can be given to people above this age.
If you're under 18, you will need to obtain permission from a responsible adult, guardian or parent to take part in the virtual work experience.
To a certain extent yes, but when you complete the application form it would be best to consider more than one option.
Yes the placements run for a maximum of 5 days.
Yes you certainly can, but you might want to revise your application to make you stand out more (there are lots of tips available on the internet).
Students work alongside members of staff mainly in an observational capacity, there will be no patient hands on contact during work experience.
Don't worry about this too much but avoid jeans, t-shirts, high heels and any clothing that may be considered as revealing. Smart trousers and a smart shirt or top are the safest options. Make sure whatever you wear is clean, tidy and safe.
No, you will be covered by the Trust’s insurance.
No, work experience is unpaid and does not include any expenses.
No due to the limited number of placements available.
To show you’ve understood the terms and conditions you can type your name and date. Alternatively you can sign and scan your document or use an electronic signature.
No, the application process can take several weeks so you need to submit your application well in advance.