Previously known as The Transformation Trust

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NextGen Nurse (NHS)

Programme name:

NextGen Nurse (NHS)


Health and Social Care

Corporate partner:

National Health Service (NHS)

Where the programme will run:


Key Stage:

4 & 5

Year group:

10 - 13

Location of programme:

In school (face to face) with nurses dialling in

Duration of the programme:

3 hours workshop

Number of students from each school who can take part:


30 - 40 

Requirements from school:


Adequate number of staff to support each session, completing and  submitting relevant booking form and ensuring that the agreed number of students are present for the workshop.

Cost of programme:

















An informative insight workshop designed in partnership with the NHS England & Improvement team aimed at encouraging more students to consider a career in nursing. The workshop is available to your Year 10, 11 and sixth form students and will look to dispel and debunk the myths about the sector and inform young people about the amazing opportunities that being a nurse can offer.


Students will have the opportunity to find out about a wide range of different career routes into nursing and hear from NHS nursing ambassadors who will provide students with key knowledge and advice from a range of different perspectives within the nursing sector!


The workshops will take place at your school and they will be hosted by a professional Talent Foundry facilitator and supported by NHS nursing ambassadors.


This programme looks to attract more students who are male and are from ethnic minority backgrounds. 

Relevant Gatsby Benchmarks:



Gatsby Benchmark 2 - Learning from career and labour market information

Gatsby Benchmark 4 - Linking curriculum learning to careers

Gatsby Benchmark 5 - Encounters with employers and employees

How to book:


Call to speak to a member of our dedicated Schools Liaison Team on 0207 148 0934 to check eligibility and then submit a booking form here

How places are allocated:


These are allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis to schools in our target cohort (higher than average numbers of pupils eligible for pupil premium funding).