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07423 627563

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Project SEARCH Base Room, Field House, Bradford Royal Infirmary, Duckworth Lane, Bradford, BD9 6RJ

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Project SEARCH Bradford BRI

What does it do?
A work experience programme offering 900 hours supported internships in Bradford Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust. The aim of the programme is to support interns to find employment that matches the skills they have learned on placement. Upon completion of the programme they will be supported in employment, or to continue seeking employment, through our supported employment partners HFT.

Who is it for?
The programme is for people with learning disabilities aged between 18 – 25.

How do I access it?
Contact us directly on 07423 627563 or j.silver2@bradfordcollege.ac.uk for an application pack.

 

Project SEARCH Bradford is for people with learning disabilities aged between 18 - 25.

We are currently open for applications, please email us at projectsearch@bthft.nhs.uk, call us on 01274 383867, or visit our website to download an application pack here: Application Pack 2020-21

*** The deadline for applications is Monday 27th January 2021 **

 

If you  would like to find out more about Project SEARCH Bradford and how to apply, you can sign up to be on our mailing list here, where we can send out the most up to date information about our recruitment each year:

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