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Student named top nursing trainee.

A STUDENT from Bangor has been named as the Betsi Cadwaladr University Local Health Board Nursing 'Cadet of the Year' 2008.

Nicola Louise Hughes of was presented with her award at a ceremony earlier this week.

In all 15 Nursing Cadets were presented with Skills for Health awards after they successfully completed the Modern Apprentice Framework in Health & Social Care.

Nicola who has already been at Bangor University studying for her Degree in nursing over the last twelve months, was selected by a panel of judges after a rigorous assessment programme.

The in-house Nursing Cadet scheme is the first within Wales.

It is aimed at Welsh-speaking young people who have shown an aptitude for care and are looking for practical experience of the nursing profession before starting their degree course at university.

Martin Jones of the Betsi Cadwaladr University Local Health Board Trust said: "All our cadets deserve recognition for their achievements so far.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 20, 2009
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