Trust's tonic for health careers

22nd October 2004 at 01:00
A scheme to promote healthcare and health service careers to young people and help tackle NHS staff shortages is being launched in two multicultural West Midlands secondaries.

Nursing scholarships, work experience and training will be available at Holly Lodge high, Sandwell, and Alumwell business and enterprise college, Walsall, under an initiative set up by the Specialist Schools Trust and local education and health authorities.

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