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STP Trainee Induction Day 2019
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When: 9th September
9 am
Where: Edgbaston Stadium, Banqueting Suite, Birmingham
Edgbaston Stadium
Edgbaston Road
Birmingham, West Midlands  B5 7QU
United Kingdom
Contact: 0113 212 4180

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The National School of Healthcare Science is holding the NHS Scientist Training Programme induction day 2019 on Monday 9th September at Edgbaston Stadium in Birmingham.

Trainees joining the Scientist Training Programme (STP) in September 2019 should attend this key event as part of their induction to the training programme.

You will hear about how to complete assessments and competencies, fellow trainees will talk about the training programme and training officers will share how they conduct work based training in the departments. You will also hear about how the work of healthcare scientists impacts directly on patient care and service delivery in the NHS.

This event will be a fantastic opportunity for all new trainees to find out more about the programme and to network; therefore new trainees are encouraged to attend.

Registration, refreshments and networking are from 09.00 with the event to start at 10.00 and finish at 16.00.

It is free to attend and lunch and refreshments are provided. Travel expenses are not covered by the National School of Healthcare Science. Trainees can speak to their training officers to establish whether their department is able to cover the expenses.

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