NHS speakers initiatives for schools #Education #Talks

NHS England and NHS Improvement have partnered with the charities Speakers for Schools and Inspiring the Future. These organisations offer free services to help schools invite in speakers to talk to school groups about their career, industry and life experience to help inspire young people. They can help schools arrange for NHS leaders and staff to give inspirational talks to help young people find out more about the NHS, how to get involved and learn about the careers available in the NHS. Talks will help to highlight the role of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects, which are important for a number of professional roles in the NHS.

Talks from today’s leading figures

Speakers for Schools help state secondary schools inspire their students and broaden horizons through access to the insights, experiences and expertise of today’s influential leaders through talks and more – free of charge. Speakers for Schools talks are more appropriate for larger groups or assemblies.

Find out more on our Speakers for Schools page.

Careers talks and activities

Inspiring the Future bring to life interesting and exciting future careers for young people by connecting schools and colleges with NHS  professionals doing interesting and fulfilling jobs.  Schools are able to  invite NHS staff for classroom talks, careers days, CV workshops. NHS staff and teachers can find out more on our Inspiring the Future page.

British Exploring Society #Talks #Education

At British Exploring our speakers are passionate about sharing their experiences and inspiring the next generation to go on their own purposeful and transformational expeditions. Our speakers are either past Leaders or Explorers, and are accomplished storytellers and personal development advocates.

We deliver free talks at schools, universities and youth organisations. If you would like to request a free talk, or for any more information, please fill out the form below. Please note that talks are allocated on a first come first serve basis and are only available to people aged 15-25 years old.

Samaritans talks to young people #Talks #Schools #Education.

Many Samaritans branches across the UK and Republic of Ireland have trained teams of volunteers, who can visit a school, college or youth group to give a talk to young people. Our talks can be about emotional health, the value of listening, coping strategies (including self-harm) or about Samaritans and the importance of accessing support and where it can be found.

Find out more