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There are many careers available after HSC , not just art, commerce & science!
Earthsoft Foundation of Guidance (EFG) is working as an NGO/NPO for students - Education & Career
guidance and for Professionals for soft skills enhancements. I am working on speading , sharing
knowledge; experience globally.It has uploaded important presentations at http://myefg.in/downloads.aspx.
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  • 4 d-earthsoft-career guidance after hsc

    1. 1. Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana (BJS) & Earthsoft Foundation of GuidanceEdge-Aggressive-Reliable-Trust-Honesty-Soft-Obedient-Fun-Transparent Making earth little softer
    2. 2. Plan your career• Lot of alternatives• Each alternative competes with other• Choosing careers based on academics, personality and desire• Avoid imbalance between options, your dreams and expectations of parents and friendsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    3. 3. Ambition Vs Reality• A person is happiest when he does what he loves e.g. chooses a job of liking• Before making a career choice, take time to understand yourself, your likes and preferences• Ambition can neither be injected nor be imitated• Parents’ attitude - the determining factor in shaping one’s career goalMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    4. 4. Conventional thinking• To choose a profession as advised by parents and as per their liking• To follow what the others do• Inclination towards Medical or Engineering profession• Possibilities of getting job abroad• To seek admission to College recognized by University / Govt.,• Not to check courses accepted by recruitersMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    5. 5. Let the students take decision…• Availability of good education of your choice within & outside of the country• Many opportunities exist around• Use electronic media/ internet to find various alternatives• The role of teachers and parents confined to a felicitatorMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    6. 6. How to Plan Your Career Self Assessment- know yourself! Academic records till now Education options going forward Career Options & trends Evaluation of occupational choices Assessing the working conditions Choosing and Managing your CareerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    7. 7. Which career to choose?• Tushar is a doctor, now joined MBA classes. "I did medicine because my parents wanted me to. An MBA will give qualifications to work in a multinational and live a decent life"• Rahul a doctor, say “Considering rat race in medicine pre & post education, diminishing demand for just graduate doctors, years it takes for higher study & investment needed, would recommend to consider these aspects to opt to be a doctor!”Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    8. 8. Craze for civil servicesAfter many attempts and wasted yearssome people end up as teachers oradministrator. The process wastes preciousyears of a person & money. If only theaptitude was checked earlier appropriately,a person could be advised to do somethingelse.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    9. 9. People who can "add value"Multinationals require people who "add value“while delivering even routine assignments, notjust email pushersDoes diploma or degree add enough value?Value add is observed as a result of execution,after deep understanding of the situation,analyzing it further, thinking strategically andtaking intelligent decisions.Highly paid jobs require results, value add &facets of many critical skills than just degreeMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    10. 10. Education & Talent Based career• Education & interest based career : Who wish to seek higher study in a particular field of interest which opens a galaxy of opportunities later.• A wide range of courses as well as careers are availableMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    11. 11. No.of Universities & CollegesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    12. 12. No. Tech Institutes Year 2007-08 Source: AICTE 12Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    13. 13. Higher education institutes S.No. Kind of Numbers Institution Existing at the Additionally proposed to be end of the X established during XI Plan Plan 1. Central 19 30 Universities 2. IITs 7 8 3. NITs 20 10 4. IIITs 4 20 5. IISERs 2 3 6. IIMs 6 7 7. SPAs 1 2Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    14. 14. 14 W0RLD CLASS UNIVERSITIES State Location State Location Maharashtra Pune Bihar Pune West Bengal Kolkata Madhya Bhopal Tamil Nadu Coimbatore Pradesh Karnataka Mysore Kerala Kochi Andhra Vishakapata Punjab Amritsar Pradesh nam Orissa Bhubaneshwar Gujarat Gandhinagar Uttar Pradesh Gandhinagar Rajasthan Jaipur North Eastern Greater Region NOIDAMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    15. 15. Careers in Management• Chartered accountants• Company Secretary• Banking• Cost & management accountants• Finance management & analysts• Stock brokers & investment analysts• Insurance acturials / financial planners• Law and related optionsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    16. 16. Careers in Management• Event management• Human resource / personnel management• Production & material management• Export management• Health & hospital managementMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    17. 17. Further career options• Lawyer• Personal Secretary• Economists• Psychology• Foreign trade• Social workers• Forestry service• Army, navy & air force• Health fitness beauty• Foreign languagesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    18. 18. Further career options• Call agents• Publishing industry• Library & information science• Special educators & rehabilitation• Teaching, sports & physical education• Civil service / railway services / politics• Historians, archaeologists, archivist, curatorsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    19. 19. Just graduates• Bank Probationary Officer• Call Centers• Computer Operator• Customer Care / Support Executive• Customer Service Executive• Field Research Executive• Insurance Advisor• Sales Promotion Executive• Secretary to Minister• Telemarketing ExecutiveMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    20. 20. Career after BA• Based on main subjects opted, you can pursue a career in Actuary, Anthropologist, Archeologist, Economist, Educationist, Geographer, Historian, Linguistic, Philosopher, Political Scientist, Population Scientist, Psychologist, Rural Development professional, Sociologist, Literature, etc• Offer good career in Public Administration• Good scope after higher study in the respective fieldsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    21. 21. Humanities & liberal art• Anthropologist• Curator• Historian• Librarian• Psychologist• Sociologist• Teacher• Archaeologist• Linguist• Social Worker• GeographerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    22. 22. Careers in Art• Designers • Film making• Fashion technology • Advertising• Textile designers • Public relations• Jewellery designers• Interior & exterior design• Fine arts; cartoonist• Photography• Print journalism• Mass communication• Electronic journalismMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    23. 23. Vocational subjects - Arts• Social Work, Mass Communication, Journalism, Investment Analysis, Population Studies, Travel & Tourism, Food, Nutrition, & Dietitian, Health Psychology, Planning & Developmental Studies, Secretarial Practice etc.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    24. 24. Commerce - B.Com/ BBA/ BBM• Accountant, Banker, Insurance, Business Manager, Export professional etc with wide scope after higher study like M.Com, MBA (which offers micro level specialisation)• CA/ICWA/CS is most in demand considering integrated service needsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    25. 25. Vocational subjects - Commerce• Advertising, Computer Programming, Economic Systems, Export Marketing, Market Research, Computer Systems & Applications, Direct and Indirect Taxation, Entrepreneurship, Foreign Trade Financing & Procedures, Investment Analysis & Organization, Portfolio Management, Investment Banker, Mutual Funds, etcMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    26. 26. Science streamGeneral B. Sc. Course- (with Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) :• Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Geology, Statistics, Biochemistry, Computer ScienceVocational subjects:• Biotechnology, Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronic, Instrumentation, Industrial/Polymer Chemistry, Instrumentation, Drugs & Dyes, Testing, Operations Research, Env. Science, Heavy & Fine ChemicalsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    27. 27. Physical Science• Chemist• Mathematician• Astronomy• Forensic Scientist• Geographer• Geologist• Nuclear Physicist• Oceanography• Operations Researcher• Physicist• StatisticianMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    28. 28. Engineering Branches Architecture Ceramic Instrumentation Plastic Aeronautical Computer Leather Polymer Aviation Defense service Marine Power Agricultural Electrical Merchant navy Printing Automobile Electronics Mechanical Production Bio Environmental Metallurgical Railway Chemical Food Mining Shipping Civil Industrial Packaging Textile Petroleum Tool & dieMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    29. 29. Engineering Branches Aerospace Food Industry Automobile Irrigation Biochemical Materials Science Biomedical Petrochemical Biotechnology Pharmaceutical Dairy Pulp & Paper Industrial Biotechnology Manufacturing Science & Engineering Ocean Engineering & Naval ArchitectureMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    30. 30. Careers in Engineering• Biomedical Engineer• Civil Engineer• Electronics Engineer• Fire fighter• Aerospace Engineer• Telecommunications Engineer• Chemical Engineer• Agriculture Engineering• Automobile Engineer• Broadcast Technician• Ceramic TechnologyMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    31. 31. Careers in Engineering• Computer Engineer• Electrical Engineer• Food Technologist• Footwear Technologist• Industrial Engineer• Instrumentation Engineering• Marine Engineer• Mechanical Engineer• Mining Engineer & Metallurgist• Naval Architect• Production EngineerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    32. 32. Careers in Engineering• Biomedical Engineer• Broadcast Technician• Naval Architect•Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    33. 33. Admission to Engg.• Admission to various Engineering Colleges, Regional Engineering Colleges, Indian Institutes of Technology and Privately run Institutes is generally based on entrance test.• Few of the colleges give admissions on donation as well.• Minimum age generally is 17 years.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    34. 34. COEP Name of the Department Intake After Dip Civil Engineering 60 06 Mechanical Engineering 120 12 Electrical Engineering 60 06 Electronics & Telecommunication 60 06 Materials and Metallurgical 60 06 Engineering Instrumentation & Control Engineering 30 06 Computer Engineering 60 06 Production Engineering (Sandwich) 60 06 Information technology 60 06 Total Undergraduate Student Intake 570 60Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    35. 35. COEP Admission after 12th with 55% minimum marks in PCM for Open and 50% COEP For reserve categories. And valid “MHCET’ score Direct 2nd Yr. Admission after completion of diploma in concerned branch with Minimum 60% marksMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    36. 36. Regions in Maharashtra Private college information - Regions as below 1.Pune (Marathi) 7. Kolhapur Region 2. Mumbai Region 8. Nagpur Region 3. Pune Region 9. Amravati Region 4. Aurangabad Region 10. Panvel Region 5. Nanded Region 11. Solapur Region 6. Jalgaon RegionMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    37. 37. Universities in Maharashtra List of Universities R.T.M. Nagpur University North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Nanded Shivaji University, Kolhapur Mumbai University, Mumbai SNDT Womens University, Mumbai Pune University, Pune Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad Sant Gadgebaba Amravati University, Amravati Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya, Ramtek Maharashtra Solapur University, Solapur-Pune National Highway, SolapurMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    38. 38. Polytechnics• Polytechnics colleges offer 3-years diploma• Qualifications : 10th standard as per merit• Discipline like ceramics, printing, production & chemical technology are of lesser duration• One can seek admission to second year engineering degree after diploma course• In MH we have 6 regions –Amaravati, Aurangabad, Mumbai, Nagpur,Nashik,PuneMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    39. 39. Diploma & Certificate coursesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    40. 40. Diploma & Certificate coursesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    41. 41. Diploma & Certificate coursesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    42. 42. Industrial Training Institutes• ITI offers Engineering & non-engg trades• The period of training is 1 to 3 years• Qualification–8th Std or 10th Std or 12th Pass S No Cource Duration Qualification 1 Tool & Die Maker ( Jigs & Fixture ) 3 Yr Engg 10th Pass 2 Tool & Die Maker ( Moulds & Dies ) 3 Yr Engg 10th Pass 3 Mechanic Machine Tools Maintenance 3 Yr Engg 10th Pass 4 Wiremen 2 Yr Engg 8th Pass 5 Painter ( General ) 2 Yr Engg 8th Pass 6 Dmen Civil 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 7 Dmen Mechanical 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 8 Surveyor 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 9 Mechanic Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 10 Electronics ( Mechanic ) 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 11 Mechanic Motor Vehicle 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 12 Electroplater 2 Yr Engg 10th PassMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    43. 43. Industrial Training Institutes S No Cource Duration Qualification 13 Electrician 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 14 Instrument Mechanic 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 15 Machinist (Grinder 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 16 Fitter 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 17 Turner 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 18 Machinist 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 19 Mechanic Cum Operator Electronics Communication 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 20 System (MOECS 2 Yr Engg 10th Pass 21 Carpenter 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 22 Foundry men 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 23 Welder 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 24 Plumber 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 25 Mason ( Building Construction ) 1 Yr Engg 8th Pass 26 Sheet Metal Work 1 Yr Engg 8th PassMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    44. 44. Industrial Training Institutes S No Cource Duration Qualification 27 Plastic Processing Operator 1 Yr Engg 10th Pass 28 Mechanic Diesel 1 Yr Engg 10th Pass 29 Cutting & Sewing 1 Yr Non-Engg 8th Pass 30 Photographer 1 Yr Non-Engg 10th Pass 31 Stenography ( English ) 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 32 Secretarial Practice 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 33 Desk Top Publishing Operator 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 34 Computer Operator & Programming Assistant 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th Pass 35 Stenography ( Marathi (SCVT) 1 Yr Non-Engg 12th PassMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    45. 45. Options after Science streamGeneral Science Courses:• Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Biochemistry, etc.• One can take applied component subjects like Biotechnology, Horticulture, Marine Science, Environmental Science, Food Production, Preservation, & Post Harvest Tech, Biology.• Other courses like Industrial Biochemistry, Applied Nutrition, Health Information Administration, Genetics, etc.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    46. 46. Careers in Sciences - 1• Chemistry • Biological scientists• Physics & biotechnology• Geology • Genetic scientists• Geography & GIS • Biochemistry• Mathematics & • Microbiology & statistics bioinformatics• Meteorology • Anthropology• OceanographyMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    47. 47. Careers in Sciences - 2• Home science & home • Dairy & farming economics • Forestry & wild life• Nutritionists & • Food processing dieticians • Food technology• Food technology • Forestry• Forensic science• Horticulture• Environment scienceMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    48. 48. Careers in medicine• MBBS / BUMS/ BHMS/ BNYS/ BAMS• Paramedical sciences• Physical occupational, orthotic & prosthetic• Speech therapists and audiologists• Medical transcription• Healthcare and hospital management• Medical tech - radiographers & optometrists• Dark room assistant• Veterinary science • Dental sciences• Pharmacy • NursingMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    49. 49. Careers in medicine• Dentist• Doctor• Endocrinologist• Homeopathy Doctor• Orthodontist• Plastic Surgeon• Veterinary Doctor• Ayurvedic Doctor• CardiologistMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    50. 50. Medical and Paramedical Science• Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Respiratory Therapy Tech, Prosthesis & Orthosis, Audiology & Speech Therapy, etcMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    51. 51. Medical and Paramedical Science• Nutritionists and dietetics• Pharmacist• Physiotherapist• Speech Therapist• Nurse• Occupational Therapist• Medical Laboratory TechnologistMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    52. 52. Admission• The admission to various medical colleges is through entrance examinations• CBSE, New Delhi also conducts an all-India entrance examination every year• Armed Forces Medical College (AFMC) Pune also offers degree courses in medical science and the selected candidates are awarded the bachelors degree, but with a condition to serve in the Army Medical Corps as doctor for a minimum contractual period.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    53. 53. Other courses in medical line• General Nursing and Midwifery• Pharmacy• Physiotherapy• Refractionist and Optician• Vaccinator• Dark Room Assistant• Radiographers• Laboratory Technicians• Sanitary Inspectors etcMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    54. 54. Home Science & related courses• Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Home Science, Food Science & Nutrition, Family Resource Management, Clothing & Textile, Extension & Education, Human Development, etcMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    55. 55. Education• Diploma course for Nursery and Primary Teachers of 2 years duration• Certificate or diploma course in Library Science also offers good opportunities• These courses are conducted by the Departments of Primary Education in various States & various universitiesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    56. 56. Telecommunications• Diploma in Telecommunication Engineering offered by the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering and other engineering collegesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    57. 57. Architecture, Art and Painting• School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi offers degree courses in Architecture and Physical Planning• Selection by an entrance examination• Candidates who qualify the degree course may pursue careers in architecture and planning both as paid employees or as self-employed professionals.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    58. 58. Hotel Industry• Hotel Management Catering & Nutrition Institutes at mostly all major cities like New Delhi, Mumbai, Madras, Calcutta, Pune, Bhubaneshwar, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Jaipur, Srinagar, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Bhopal and Goa.• Hotel Management offering Diploma in Hotel Management, with specialisation in Front Office, Food & Beverages, House Keeping, Catering, etc• Diploma course is generally of 3-year duration.• Qualification required is 10 +2 with at least 50 per cent marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    59. 59. TALENT BASED- offbeat careers• Animal Trainer • Hairstyling• Detective • Mehendi Artist• Reiki Practitioner • Tarot Reader• Sports Coach• Aromatherapist • Flower Making• Chef • Work From Home• Cosmetologist • Choreographer• Dubbing Artist • Actor• Makeup Artist • Model• Paragliding Instructor • Musician• Radio Jockey• Singer• Video JockeyMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    60. 60. Modeling• Fashion modelling: includes fashion shoots for magazines; mail order catalogues and live shows for reputed fashion houses.• Editorial/Print Modelling: This refers to photography for magazines, including covers.• Catalogue Modelling: Models are hired to appear in catalogues to sell clothes/everyday products.• Commercial Print Modeling: Models are photographed to promote a product on billboards, buses, magazines and newspapers.• Ramp Modeling: For all catty types, must look comfortable & make outfit look attractiveMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    61. 61. Music & Fine Arts • Music • Mehendi Artist • Fine artMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    62. 62. UPSC Competitions• Special Class Railway Apprenticeship Exam• For age of 17 to 21 years on 1st August• Qualification – • 12th class or equivalent with 1st class • Second class with Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry as one of the subjects.• Examination is held in July• It includes seven subjects like English, Mathematics (2 papers), Physics, Chemistry, General Knowledge and Aptitude TestMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    63. 63. Govt Services• Border Security Force• Central Reserve Police Force• Coast Guard• Customs Officer• Income Tax Officer• Indian Airforce Officer• Indian Navy Officer• Police Officer• Railway Officer• Civil Services Officer• Indian Army OfficerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    64. 64. National Defence Academy Examination• Exam is conducted in the months of May & Nov• It includes Mathematics and General aptitude• Qualification for Army, Navy and Airforce :-– Unmarried male candidates passing 10+2 school– Executive Branch course at Naval Academy : 10+2 exam pass with Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry• Later to qualify Services Selection Board (SSB) interview & a detailed medical examination before joining as Cadets at NDA, Kharakvasla (Pune).• After 3 years at NDA and one year in the Military, Naval or Airforce academies, the cadets are commissioned into the services as Second Lieutenant/Acting Sub-Lieutenant• Merchant NavyMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    65. 65. Environment & Biological Science• Agriculturist• Biochemist• Biotechnologist• Dairy Technologist• Environmentalist• Food Technologist• Forestry & Wildlife• Bio-informatics• Horticulturist• Marine Biologist• Microbiologist• Home ScienceMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    66. 66. Finance & Accounts• Actuary• Insurance Agent• Investment Banker• Stock Broker• Venture Capitalist• Banker• Chartered Accountant• Economist• Equity Research Analyst• Forex Dealer• Cost and Works Accountants (CWA)• Certified Financial Analyst (CFA)Making earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    67. 67. Management• Brand Manager • Technical Manager• Business Development Manager • Financial Manager• Business Manager• Event Manager• Export Manager• Human Resources Development• Management Consultant• Market Research Executive• Operations & Logistics Manager• Retail Manager• Rural Manager• Sales & Marketing ManagerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    68. 68. Media & Communication• Cinematographer• Electronic Journalism• Client Service Executive• Copy Writer• Film Editing• Journalist• Media Planner• Public Relation Executive• Publishing Executive• VisualiserMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    69. 69. Hospitality• Air Hostess• Guest Relation Executive• Hotel Management• Travel & Tourism professionalMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    70. 70. Healthcare• Doctor• Cardiologist• Dentist• Endocrinologist• Nurse• Nutritionist & Dietician• Occupational Therapist• Physiotherapist• Plastic Surgeon• Speech TherapistMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    71. 71. Information Technology• Application Programmers• Information Technologist• Medical Transcriptionist• Network Administrator• Software Engineer• System Architect• Technology Manager• Application Tester• Project ManagerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    72. 72. Art & Design• Animator • Ceramic Technology• Architecture • Garden Designer• Artist• Exhibition Designer• Fashion Designer• Graphic Designer• Interior Designer• Jewellery Designer• Photography• SculptorMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    73. 73. 4 Ps • You will survive only if you believe in your dreams. • To believe in your dreams- remember 4Ps - Purpose, Passion, Possibilities and Power • Have a purpose in life, and a dream will follow, trim this dream with passion in your heart and possibilities will open for you • Start believing from today in the magical power of wishing, hoping and dreamingMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    74. 74. Career areas in medicineThis data in following slides taken from website of The National Health Service of U.K.http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/index.shtmlMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    75. 75. Career areas in medicine• Allied health professions• Ambulance service team• Dental team• Doctors• Healthcare science• Health informatics• Management• Midwifery• Nursing• Wider healthcare teamThis data in following slides taken from website of The National Health Service of U.K.http://www.nhscareers.nhs.uk/index.shtmlMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    76. 76. Allied Health Professions• Adult psychotherapist• Art therapist• Child psychotherapist• Chiropodist (podiatrist)• Clinical psychologist• Counselling psychologist• Diagnostic radiographer• Dietitian• Dramatherapist• Forensic psychologist• Health psychologistMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    77. 77. Allied Health Professions• Music therapist• Occupational therapist• Orthoptist• Orthotist• Physiotherapist• Prosthetist• Psychotherapist• Therapeutic radiographer• Speech & language therapist• Technical instructorMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    78. 78. Ambulance Service team• Ambulance care assistant• Call handler• Control room manager• Control room supervisor• Emergency care practitioner• Emergency medical dispatcher• Paramedic• Patient transport services controller• Patient transport services driver• Student paramedicMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    79. 79. Careers in the Dental Team• Associate dentist • Dentist – hospital• Dental nurse • Dentist – public health• Dental hygienist • Oral & maxillo-facial• Dental therapist surgeon• Dental technologist • Maxillofacial prosthetist• Dental surgeon • Orthodontist• Dentist – community • Paediatric dentist • Restorative dentist • Vocational traineeMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    80. 80. Career areas for Doctors• Acute care common stem • Emergency medicine (ACCS) • Neurosurgery (core• Acute Internal Medicine neuroscience training)• Anaesthesia • Obstetrics & gynaecology• Chemical pathology • Ophthalmology• Community Sexual & • Oral and maxillofacial surgery Reproductive Health • Paediatrics• General practice • Psychiatry in general• Histopathology • Public health• Medical microbiology • Surgery in general• Medical virology• Medicine in generalMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    81. 81. Careers in Health Informatics• Administrative assistant• Assistant IT support officer• Assistant manager, medical records• Clinic clerk• Clinical audit manager• Clinical coder• Clinical records officer• Computer manager and information co- ordinator• Information analyst• Information services managerMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    82. 82. Careers in Health Informatics• Information specialist• Information/library officer• IT trainer• Knowledge & information manager• Librarian• Medical records clerk• Network manager• Patient liaison manager• Project manager• Public health intelligence• Telecommunications• Ward clerkMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    83. 83. Careers in Midwifery• Community midwife• Consultant midwife• Delivery suite manager• Health visitor• Labour ward manager• Midwife• Neonatal nurseMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    84. 84. Careers in Nursing• Community nurse• District nurse• General/adult nurse• Health visitor• Learning disability nurse• Mental health nurse• Neonatal nurse• Nurse consultant• Occupational health nurse• Paediatric (children’s) nurse• Practice nurse• Prison nurse• School nurseMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    85. 85. Managers of…• Administration & General• The Board• Clinical audit• Clinical governance• Clinical risk• Clinical site• Commissioning• Communications/PR• Contracts• Estates & facilities• Finance• Hotel servicesMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    86. 86. Managers of…• Human resources• Information management• Linen/laundry services• Medical records• Patient services/patient liaison• Training• Projects• Practice (e.g. a GP surgery)• Primary care development• Procurement and supplies• Sterile services• Strategic developmentMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    87. 87. Careers in the Wider Healthcare Administration Corporate services Estates services  Clerk  Architect  Building worker – bricklayer/  Medical record keeper  Chaplain carpenter/painter/plumber/tiler  Medical secretary/personal  Engineer  Caretaker assistant  Finance staff  Electrician  Receptionist  Health education/promotion  Estates manager  Secretary/typist officer  Estate technician  Switchboard operator/telephonist  Hospital play staff  Gardener/grounds staff  Human resources staff  Window cleaner Clinical support services  Librarians  Arts therapy assistant  Surveyors  Assistant dietician  Assistant technical officer  Cardiographer Domestic services Support services  Clinical support worker in dentistry  Catering manager  Audiovisual technician  Maternity support worker  Catering assistant  Driver  Medical laboratory assistant  Assistant catering manager  Fire safety officer  Newborn hearing screener  Chef/head chef/assistant  Messenger  Nursing healthcare assistant chef  Porter  Occupational therapy assistant  Domestic services manager/  Security  Physiotherapy assistant supervisor  Sterile services manager/  Phlebotomist  Domestic services assistant assistant  Podiatry assistant  Housekeeper  Storekeeper  Radiography assistant  Laundry manager/assistant  Speech and language therapyMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    88. 88. Opportunities at University• Audiology • Occupational therapy• Biomedical science • Orthoptics• Clinical perfusion • Operating department practice• Dental hygiene • Paramedic science• Dental technology • Physiotherapy• Dental therapy • Physiological science (incl• Dentistry GI, cardiac, neuro, respiratory)• Dietetics (where still exist)• Healthcare science • Podiatry/chiropody• Medicine • Prosthetics and orthotics• Midwifery • Radiography – therapeutic &• Nursing diagnostic • Speech & language therapyMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    89. 89. Graduates - Non-clinical• Graduate Management Training Scheme (any degree discipline) : • Financial management stream • General management stream • Human resource management stream • Informatics management• Other “non-scheme” opportunities e.g.: • Health informatics (e.g. librarians, statisticians) • Operational management • Engineering etc. Reference - www.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/studentsMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    90. 90. Career Framework for the NHS EXAMPLES 9 More senior staff Consultant psychiatrist, board director Nurse consultant, consultant SLT, chief 8 Consultant practitioners pharmacist 7 Advanced practitioners Head of estates, specialist OT/midwife Hotel services manager, community 6 Senior practitioners psychiatric nurse, health visitor New entrant radiographer/midwife/nurse/OT, 5 Practitioners paramedic, biomedical scientist Assist. Pract. (technical cardiology), 4 Assistant practitioners Asst. Pract. (neurology), OT technician Medical sec., senior housekeeper, 3 Senior healthcare assist./technicians therapy assistant, HCA, ATO 2 Support workers Clinical support worker, cook, housekeeper 1 Initial entry level jobs Domestic, porter, cadet, care assistantMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org
    91. 91. Thank YouMaking earth little softerContact – admin@myefg.org

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