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School-leavers could join NHS via apprenticeships in plan to fix staff shortages

Up to one in 10 doctors and a third of nurses could be trained through vocational path under NHS workforce plan

School-leavers could receive on-the-job training as part of an attempt to help address NHS workforce shortages, under plans to allow tens of thousands of doctors and nurses to join the health service via apprenticeships.

Up to one in 10 doctors and a third of nurses could be trained through this vocational path in the coming years under the NHS workforce plan, the PA news agency reported. The NHS’s doctor apprenticeship scheme is due to start in September, where medics in training will be able to earn money while they study.

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