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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

At ELFT, we have a strong commitment to providing high-quality care to those who need our services. Our values are ‘We Care, We Respect, We are Inclusive ‘and these qualities are the foundation of everything that we do.

The Trust was assessed as Outstanding for the third time in January 2022.

Apprenticeships

Interviews with ELFT Apprentices  

Current Vacancies

To register your interest and be emailed any new apprenticeship vacancies, please complete this form. For any other questions, please email elft.apprenticeships@nhs.net  

National Apprenticeship Week 2023

Monday 6th February 2023 4pm 

If you are interested in starting a career in healthcare, via the apprenticeship route, please join us for this webinar. We will hear from some of our apprentices about their experiences and learn more about the apprenticeship opportunities we offer at the East London NHS Foundation Trust.

Tuesday 7th February 2023 10am-12pm

An opportunity to learn more about the Podiatry profession and see firsthand what goes on at our drop-in session at Sundon Park Health Centre, LU3 3EP

Tuesday 7th February 2023 2pm-4pm

An opportunity to learn more about the Podiatry profession and see firsthand what goes on at our drop-in session at Bedford Health Village, MK40 2NT

At ELFT, we have a strong commitment to providing high quality care to those who need our services. Our values are ‘We Care, We Respect, We are Inclusive ‘and these qualities are the foundation of everything that we do. 

Not to blow our own trumpet (much!) but the Trust was rated as ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC in September 2016, and was voted Provider Trust of the Year by the Health Service Journal. So you know you will be joining a top team of 5000 staff, operating from over 100 sites.

In your time here, you will get unparalleled experience.  We have a strong culture of learning, and of developing individuals and teams. It’s dynamic, it’s challenging and it’s always interesting!

We want apprentices who feel passionate about contributing to the health and wellbeing of our local communities in either face-to-face roles or behind the scenes.

  • Potential apprentices must be 18 years old or above (there is no upper age limit).
  • You must not have a university degree in the same subject that you wish to do an apprenticeship in (and you don’t need to have GCSEs or previous qualifications). 
  • You must have been living in the UK for the last 3 years and are able to use public funds
  • You must be able to work 37.5 hours a week.