16 to 30-years-old? Get a job in


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The Prince's Trust provide 16 to 30-year-olds with free training courses, mentoring, and funding to help them find a job in healthcare.

Since 2019, we've supported and recruited thousands of 16 to 30-year-olds into the health and social care sector. We've built partnerships with hundreds of hospitals, care homes, and health organisations in the UK who specifically hire new healthcare workers such as care assistants, admin assistants, emergency call handlers, and more.

Our team will work with you to find the right course or job role for you. We will help develop your skills and confidence, ensuring you have everything you need to get a job in the healthcare sector.

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"The course has been a life changer for me. It has led me to amazing places and to meet and work with amazing people." Kyi


If you’re looking to get into a healthcare or social care job, The Prince’s Trust is here to help.

Our health and social care courses will give you the skills, confidence, and CV to get a job in the NHS or social care sector. With so many jobs available, we are on a mission to support every young person looking for a job that makes a difference.

  • We run one-hour overviews of the health and social care sector

  • We run 2–to-5-day courses to help with job applications

  • We arrange work placements

  • We provide one-to-one mentoring

  • We can provide financial support to get you started

  • We give you access to MyndUp, a mental wellbeing platform

Our courses are run in-person or online.


There are more roles in healthcare than just doctors and nurses. There are over 350 jobs available in the NHS alone, including medical and non-medical roles, and many require no qualifications or prior experience. The Trust will support you to find the right job for you, or enroll you in a course to develop your skills.

Once you get your foot in the door, it's a sector that can take you anywhere. There's great career progression from every job level and every role makes a difference to people's lives. The sector is also a stable one - we will always need health and social care workers - and you can depend on that regardless of what is happening elsewhere.

There really is no limit to where healthcare and social care can take you. Choose a job where you make a difference every day.

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"I was interested in working in the sector as a teenager but didn’t receive the grades I needed to study medicine. Taking part in the course piqued that interest for me again and was the perfect way for me to begin my career in healthcare." Chumporn