Advice and Opinion - February 2022

  • “The NHS Saved My Wife’s Life So Giving Back Was The Least I Could Do!”

    Posted on Thursday, February 10, 2022 by Ian ThomasNo comments

    When Kayode Aderinwale, 47, moved to the UK from Nigeria in 2009, he quickly realised just how important the NHS was. One day when his wife suddenly became seriously ill, Kayode was unsure of what to do. Desperate, he rang the emergency number and within 5 minutes, an ambulance was outside his house. “Such speedy healthcare is not available in Nigeria so I was both shocked and overjoyed by the ...

  • “It’s A Hard Job But We Get On With It – And We Get The Job Done”.

    Posted on Thursday, February 10, 2022 by Ian ThomasNo comments

    On Autumn’s day in 1992, Sheryl Powell saw an advert in her local paper The Camden Journal for a Medical Records Officer at the Royal Free Hospital. After successfully landing the job, Sheryl began a career with the NHS that would span nearly three decades. “I never thought I could stay anywhere for this long but here I am!” laughs Sheryl, who is now in her fifties. Speaking from her home in ...

  • Maximising Apprenticeships To Step Onto The Career Ladder

    Posted on Friday, February 4, 2022 by Editorial TeamNo comments

    If you’re getting ready to leave school and head into the world of work, the chances are that your tutors will have discussed two major life routes with you: jumping straight into a job or continuing with further education in order to get into university. But if you know what career you want, and university isn’t calling to you, there is another path that is backed with incredible results for ...