University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation trust can offer work experience for school students aged 16+ who are interested in a career in the NHS.
Please note that any work experience requests must be sent from the school or college of the student who wishes to participate. Unfortunately we are unable to accept any requests direct from students.

Some suggested learning outcomes for the simulation centre

  1. Understand the role of BMSC
  2. Participate in working in a changing environment.
  3. Gain experience working alongside clerical, medical and nursing staff.
  4. Observe the different approaches that BMSC and other teaching staff use when facilitating courses.
  5. Observe how the Human Patient Simulator is operated and maintained.
  6. Spend time with the centre technicians and assistants helping with the setting up, staging and the running of simulations.
  7. Discuss with the technicians how the equipment is maintained.
  8. At the end of the week, discuss with your facilitator the different approaches to teaching and learning that you have seen.
  9. Once you have visited the wards, note down any differences between the medical and nursing staff that you have seen between ward and BMSC (to discuss on your final day with your facilitator)

Application Process

You need to complete and return an application form for formal approval before we can offer you work experience at UHBW.

There may be a short delay after we receive your application before we can determine whether a placement is possible.

Please contact the Trust Work Experience co-ordinator