Becoming a new placement provider for undergraduate student nurses

Are you thinking about becoming a placement provider? Here you’ll find out how

<p>Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust<br></p>

Benefits of hosting students

Becoming a placement provider gives you the opportunity to work in partnership with Health Education England (HEE) and the University. You'll help to develop a skilled, effective workforce to meet the health needs of the region, now and in the future.
<p>Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust<br></p>

Contractual requirements for placements

To become a student placement provider you will need to sign two contracts – the Workplace Agreement and the Learning Development Agreement.
<p>Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust<br></p>

Payments for placements

You'll get paid approximately £122 per student per week in placement
Stethoscope on form, courtesy of Shutterstock
<p>Livewell Southwest Community Nursing Team<br></p>

Contact us

Andrew Cunningham, Healthcare Practice Placement Development Lead (Devon/Somerset)
Mobile: +44 7773 489782 Phone: +44 1752 585490 Email:
Janet Peacock, Healthcare Practice Placement Development Lead (Cornwall/Somerset)
Mobile: +44 7973 721843 Email:
Adele Kane, Academic Lead, Private Sector Placement Development Team
Mobile: +44 7725 220374 Email:
Sue Twose, PDT Lead Somerset NHS Foundation Trust and PVI Sector Somerset
Tel: +44 7850 241683 Email: 
Sharon Evans, Academic Lead, for private, voluntary and independent sector (Cornwall)
Tel: +44 1872 256465 Email: 
<p>Healthcare Practice Placement Development team</p>