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Fast-track your career into the healthcare profession …work as a phlebotomist!

usually collected before mid-day and then analysed in the Path Labs in the aſt ernoon. “We train people from all walks of life

and all ages” explains Lauren, offi ce manager.

“We’ve had shop assistants,

An increasing demand for skilled healthcare professionals has led to a shortage of allied healthcare workers, especially phlebotomists - the skilled healthcare professionals who take your blood. Demand is at an all-time high within hospitals as well as many clinics and surgeries and off ers a golden opportunity for that “longed for” career change! If you have good people skills, have good manual dexterity and like the idea of working in a busy hospital or clinic, a phlebotomist job may be just the right job for you! Many people enter this profession when they are looking for a career change or a fresh start and oſt en have no previous qualifi cations or experience in healthcare. Phlebotomists oſt en work part time (mornings) but some do work full time as well as weekends and holidays. Blood samples


receptionists, beauticians and dental nurses, as well as telesales staff , unemployed, school leavers and the retired” says Lauren. Once on the healthcare career ladder ambition oſt en drives people to progress to working in the labs and to other specialised departments. Internal promotion is much easier once you are “on the ladder” and have some experience. Many hundreds of Geopace trainees are now working as phlebotomists throughout the UK and a few have even chosen to work abroad where there is oſt en a shortage and growing demand for this specialised skill. If you like the idea of a career in healthcare then this may be just the job for you! Training takes place over two full days and culminates in the award of a nationally recognised and accredited certifi cate. “We practice on artifi cial arms”, says Lauren. “And all our students have a lot of fun learning. We get a great deal of satisfaction when we later learn that they are working in their local hospital or GP Surgery”. If you would like to know more about phlebotomy as a career or to book a place on the course visit Geopace Training’s website at



To all Companies / Organisations requiring these Qualifi cations

Why pay more to large providers? Our ‘Qualsafe’ Awards are nationally approved by the Industry. Our rates remain low :-

3 Day ‘First Aid at Work’ course costs just £135pp No VAT. Courses run weekly.

Contact us on:- or 029 2022 0177 Call Margaret on 01685 382300 Cardiff schoolgirls are

to be trained by the government to protect the UK from cyber security threats. The National Cyber Security Centre, part of surveillance agency GCHQ, will teach teens from the county and across the region to crack codes, secure IT networks and protect friends and family from cyber-attacks as part of a government drive to bolster the UK’s online defences. Three free CyberFirst courses, which are open to girls and boys aged 14-17, will be delivered by training experts QA and education charity The Smallpeice Trust at Cardiff Metropolitan University in July and August. The fi ve-day residential

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programmes range from introductory to advanced skills and will give students an insight into the world of cyber security, as well as the tools, knowledge and skills required. CyberFirst Defenders (30th July

– 3rd

August) will see 14 and 15-year-olds learn about the Internet of Things, securing smart devices and protecting themselves from cyber breaches. CyberFirst Futures (6th August – 10th August) will teach teens aged

15 and 16 about why cyber-attacks occur, securing smart devices and networks, and cloud storage. CyberFirst Advanced (13th August – 17th August) is open to students aged 16 and 17. It includes lessons on cybercrime, protecting digital communications and network vulnerabilities. For more information and to register visit https:// www.smallpeicetrust. cyberfi rst/ or call 01926 333200.


CNC Miller Salary: £25,000 per year (Enhanced rates of overtime available)

Hours: 38hrs a week Other company benefi ts included

Our workshop is based in Port Talbot, South Wales and has been the home of Bartlett Engineering since 1992. The company currently empoys 30 staff. Our extensive knowledge has often resulted in involvement with other manufacturers in new product development.

Our approach embraces all aspects of continuous improvement, driven by customer requirements. We are looking for an experienced CNC Miller with experience in programming and setting CNC machinery. The ability to interpret engineering drawings is essential.

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CRAFTSMANSHIP OF THE PAST Cardiff & South Wales Advertiser - Friday 22nd June 2018 - 17 Schoolgirls to be taught cyber security

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