Mental health nurses work in hospitals and the community, to support people with a range of mental health issues.
Health visitors promote healthy lifestyles and prevent illness by visiting people in their homes.
Psychiatrists diagnose and treat patients with mental health problems.
Operating department practitioners (ODP) support operating theatre staff and provide care to patients at all stages of an operation.
Learning disability nurses help people with a learning disability to live as independently as possible.
Emergency care assistants (ECA) drive ambulances under emergency conditions and support paramedics.
Healthcare assistants help look after patients in hospitals or in patients’ own homes.
They organise activities to help with personal and social development.
Maternity support workers help midwives provide care to women and their babies, before, during and after childbirth.
Care home managers are responsible for the leadership and day-to-day running of residential care homes.
Podiatry assistants provide general foot treatments and nail care under the supervision of a podiatrist.
Analytical textile technologists produce technical textiles for industries like automotive and healthcare.
Physiotherapists work with patients to improve their range of movement and promote health and wellbeing.
Nursery managers run early years childcare centres, providing day care for babies and young children from birth to 5 years.
Residential support workers look after the physical and mental wellbeing of children or vulnerable adults in care.
Primary school teachers look after the educational, social, physical and emotional development of children from ages 5 to 11.
Lift engineers install, refurbish, service and repair lifts and escalators.
Horticultural therapists use gardening to improve their clients' health and wellbeing.
Health service managers run local healthcare services such as hospitals, GP practices and community health services.
Radiographers use equipment to diagnose or treat patients who are ill or injured.