South of England Open Day 6th July
01st Jul, 2015
On the 6th July 2015, we will be coming to Brighton to hold our first Open Day of the year in the wonderful seaside town. We've pulled out all the stops and are hosting it at Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club with lunch in the famous Platinum Lounge!
The Open Day is available for Nurses, Operating Theatre Practitioners, Midwives, Allied Healthcare Professionals and (Graduate Allied Health Professionals are also welcome), Administration Staff, Doctors and Health Science Services staff (Graduate Health Science Services are also welcome) who would like to access amazing Framework employment opportunities and become fully compliant at the same time!
Something For Nothing!
For every healthcare friend you bring on the day, we'll give you a free raffle ticket per person to enter our prize draw, the winner will be announced on the day.
The lucky winner will receive two free tickets to watch the Seagulls in the new season joining our Director of Nursing, Chris Osborne, with the added bonus of meeting the Seagulls Manager, Chris Hughton, after the game!
What's on offer:
- Meet your team
- Discuss employment opportunities
- Register with Your World
- Update your personal file
- Attend our Basic Life Support (BLS) and Manual Handling (MH) training sessions
- See our Phlebotomist to give blood
- Meet our Occupational Health Nurse - BCG scar sighting
- Meet our Clinical Advisor
- Receive an ID badge
- Bring friends to register
- Bring documents to complete your file
- Complete online training
If you would like to attend click here or call your Specialist Recruiter to book your place.
For travel advice, full address or just to have a look at where we'll be click here
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