NHS

Celebrating Success

Bondholder Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is getting ready to hold its annual Celebrating Success event, and is looking for sponsors. 

Celebrating Success is the NHS' annual employee awards event, rewarding staff who have made a real difference and showcasing the excellent work and achievements of our Trust.

Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is looking for sponsorship from local businesses to help recognise the significant contribution made by NHS staff who go the extra mile.

As a silver sponsor you will have the opportunity to sponsor a table or the drinks reception. The silver package is £1,500 and includes:

•    Company logo on our trust website, social media pages and event back drops;

•    Advertise company on all staff email and intranet;

•    Sponsorship of a table at the awards ceremony including company logo displayed at centre of table.

If you are interested in sponsoring Celebrating Success, please contact Laura Jeffery (laura.jeffery3@nhs.net) for more information.

University to Develop New Apprenticeship Degrees

Bondholder the University of Derby has been awarded funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to develop new degree apprenticeships for students starting in September 2017.

Working in partnership with local employers, including Bondholders Rolls-Royce and Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the University of Derby will offer 110 apprenticeships.

The university will be launching five new degree apprenticeships, including: 

  • Nursing;
  • Civil Engineering Site Manager;
  • Digital and Technological Solutions: Cyber Security Analyst;
  • Aerospace Engineer;
  • Chartered Manager.

The degrees will combine full-time paid work with part-time study. 

Professor Margaret Bruce, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, said: "Being selected by HEFCE to participate in the first phase of their Degree Apprenticeships Development Programme is fantastic news for the University.

"It rewards our hard work to establish ourselves as a leader in work based learning in the higher education sector. This development funding builds on our track record of delivering higher apprenticeships for local employers in the health and mineral products sectors."