Career Shapers

Offers development opportunities for finance staff working in Band 2-4 roles who are looking towards career progression in the near future.

Applications are now open for the 22/23 Cohort!

Follow the below link to begin your application process

Applications close 21st October 2022

APPLY HERE

Who is this development programme for?

The Career Shapers development programme will be delivered from December 2022 and is aimed at Band 2-4 finance staff who are looking to progress into different or more senior roles in the near future.

Objectives of the programme include:

  • Exploring different career routes
  • Understanding the business and finance’s impact on patient care
  • Planning for career progression
  • Growing your professional network
  • Benefitting from sponsorship and mentoring

The programme focuses on developing non-technical skills and provides a safe space for participants to be open about their experiences and current situation, whilst sharing and giving feedback to others. The programme is a fantastic opportunity for participants to widen their knowledge and experience in the areas they want to develop and in meeting like-minded colleagues from across the country.

Application process:

Applications will be submitted via an online form where you will be expected to provide a short personal statement (no more than 500 words) about who you are, your story so far, and where you want to get to in your career – specifying why this programme may help you to do this.

Delivery of the programme:

The programme will be delivered via online modules and a 1-day in person networking and development focused event day through a variety of training and development sessions that are interactive, discussion-led, and delivered in peer groups.

Download the provisional programme here (please note this is subject to change)

FREE OF CHARGE – travel expenses and accommodation if required is not included. 

“It was incredibly helpful to hear personal stories and get advice from people who are further ahead.” Cohort 1 delegate feedback.