Taking the hard work out of recruiting & training of the next generation of professionals.
In support of London’s 32 environmental health services and the London Port Health Authority, this award-winning ALEHM service took the hard work out of recruiting and training the next generation of environmental health professionals. The scheme has been replaced and no longer operates.
The scheme is a clear example of how ALEHM is helping to protect the health and wellbeing of Londoners.
Supporting London Boroughs
Supporting London boroughs by coordinating recruitment and practical training of the next generation of professionals.
Our scheme provided students with a paid bursary and occassional paid employment to reinfirce learning and future capability
Supporting boroughs to ensure that future generations of professionals reflect the changing diversity of Londoners and being recognised through a PATH award.
10 successful years
This innovative and award winning scheme supported London boroughs and their students by:
employing a London Student Development Officer to organise placements, support students and keep council’s and students informed about arrangements;
supporting a programme of practical training for environmental health students help them to develop their professional skills and complete their post-qualification Experiential Learning Portfolio;
granting bursaries for students for a maximum of two years; and
giving students a wider range of experience, skills and practical training.
The consortium no has been replaced by a more flexible scheme. For more information about the consortium project please contact Kath Lewis.
Delivering services or projects for you
ALEHM have successfully delivered a variety of services and projects in support of Londoners. Can we help to deliver the outcomes that you need?