Meet Our Talent
Our amazing talent is what enables our organisation to provide excellent mental health and learning disability services for people of all ages in Coventry and Warwickshire, as well as comprehensive range of community physical health services for people in Coventry.
There is an exciting range of job roles within the Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust in various departments, each with their own unique career pathways and experience. Please read the stories below from our staff who have been supported by Talent for Care to kick start their career and go further.
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John Edwards – Learning and Development Trainer and Staff Coordinator
John started an apprenticeship whilst in his previous role at CWPT, which has helped him to develop his skills, knowledge, and expertise.
Sarah Higgins – Talent for Care Adviser for Community Mental Health Services
Sarah joined the Trust as an apprentice in 2021 and says her apprenticeship equipped her with the skills and confidence beyond what she thought she was capable of.
Harry Cross – Student Nursing Associate
Harry joined CWPT after taking part in the Step into the NHS programme. He has continued to expand his skills through our apprenticeship programme and is now a student nursing associate.
Lisa Kelly – Occupational Therapy Assistant
Lisa, who is currently studying for her occupational therapy degree with support from the Trust, talks about the benefits and flexibility of being able to earn while you learn.
Rachel Jolly – Senior Admin Lead
Working as a senior admin lead in the Learning Disability and Autism Directorate is a busy and varied role, as Rachel tells us.
Jordan Hawkins – Apprentice Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner
As an apprentice psychological wellbeing practitioner, Jordan is able to put the skills he is learning as a part of his qualification to practice in the community.
Joel Shetliffe – Recruitment Assistant
Joel enjoys the friendly atmosphere of working in the recruitment department at CWPT and is excited by the development opportunities on offer.
Joanne Holland – Advanced Consultant Clinical Practitioner
Joanne tells us why she chose to be a part of the developing Urgent Response Service, and how her voice, ideas and experience are respected and valued.
Ravi Mavadiya – Recruitment Officer
Ravi joined us during The Prince’s Trust – Get into the NHS programme. With the support of Talent for Care, he has progressed further in the Trust.