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A look back at my first 12 months as a NECS Consultancy apprentice

Greta Vitonyte, Apprentice Administrative Assistant – Yorkshire and Humber Consultancy team shares her experience of developing skills through supporting client work for NECS Consultancy. Since I joined NECS in March…

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Making a difference – Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment Programme

Sarah Peters, Senior Consultant for the NECS Consultancy Midlands team shares her experience of working on the Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment Programme. It is twelve months ago to the day that…

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Proud to work for the NHS

Hayley Boulden, Senior Consultant in the NHS Yorkshire and Humber NECS Consultancy team, reflects on why working in a health and care system team is important to her. A curious…

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Planning for the ‘unplannable’

Emma Burkinshaw, Consultant at NECS Consultancy, provides her insight into working on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout programme at Wakefield, and reflects on the importance of remaining calm in an uncertain…

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Welcome to the Digital Transformation and Optimisation Service

Nicki Gibson, project manager, describes the rationale behind the name change of the ICT Programme and Projects team in the blog below. --- Over the last few years, the nature…

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We’re here for you: My mental health first aider journey

David Miller from NECS Consultancy discusses his training as a Mental Health First Aider and why NECS has invested in this initiative across its teams. For many of us 2022…

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