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AHP Careers Toolkit

Welcome to the AHP Careers Toolkit, designed to provide you with profession-specific and combined AHP career resources and events.  It has been produced by AHP Clinical Fellows Sarah Ashley-Maguire and Sarah Todd, alongside Carrie Biddle (South West Regional Lead for AHPs).  

For profession-specific, or even more AHP careers resources, click on the AHP Careers Toolkit for more details.

Some key AHP career resources you may find useful

Key AHP career events *click links for up to date event information

If you have any queries regarding the information in the Toolkit, or would like to add to it, please contact Carrie Biddle - carrie.biddle@hee.nhs.uk.

*Please note the AHP Careers Toolkit will be reviewed and updated in line with HEE mandates.  

 

More resources: 

In order to increase awareness of Allied Health Profession (AHP) careers in school aged children, Health Education England have worked in partnership with the Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) and Forum Talent Potential to fund and support a project which provides real life context to learning.

The aim of the project was to support teachers in primary and secondary schools to develop curriculum projects that integrate AHP careers learning into the curriculum.  This was achieved by:

- Using subject curriculum requirements as the driver, and AHPs as the underpinning context.  

- Teachers and AHPs co-creating curriculum content to enable children to connect what they are studying in the classroom to the world of work.

In order to bring the learning to life, a six step approach was used.  The online toolkit that details the approach is free, and can be accessed by teachers and employers here

The project has produced exemplar case studies that every school in the country can use, which can be found on the Forum Talent Potential website.  These case studies show the innovative, exciting and engaging ways in which Allied Health Careers can be integrated into the delivery of curriculum objectives.

The benefits of this approach extend to the students, the school and the profession or employer. 

A KS3 Student, learning about electricity and how to safely use defibrillators: “I want to be a paramedic now, but would need to learn more first”

A KS3 English Teacher, about a ‘speaking and listening’ task to encourage children to comply with treatment for an eye condition “Having a real life problem to solve helped the students to engage in the task.  At the time of the project, the NHS was at the forefront of students’ minds….which added to the student engagement”

AHP characters of various careers