Register Interest in the Fellowship

Register interest in our award winning Fellowship

Thank you for your interest in our award-winning Fellowship Programmes. We offer both a cross-sector  and NHS Fellowship.

Our past Fellows have described the Programme as 'life-enhancing' and 'the best professional and personal development I've ever done."

We are especially delighted that 100% of Fellows 'feel more confident about developing their career as a parent' as a result of their time with us on the Fellowship.

Leaders Plus currently offer two Fellowships:

The Cross-Sector Fellowship is a 9-month programme enabling parents with babies and young children (0 to Primary-aged) to accelerate their careers whilst still enjoying their young families. It is open to senior leaders across all sectors. Applications will re-open later in 2022, but you may register interest in this Programme to find out more via the form below.

The NHS Fellowship supports parents working in the health service to progress at work into senior leadership positions whilst also balancing commitments as a parent. It is specifically for NHS clinical and non-clinical staff who are passionate about career development and have young children between the ages of 0 and 11. Applications are currently open for the NHS Fellowship which starts in November 2022.

Use This Form to Register Interest for the Cross-Sector Fellowship

Applications will open again in late 2022.

Use This Form to Register Interest for the NHS Fellowship

Applications are open now and close on 03 October at 9am. Apply now.


HEAR FROM OUR PREVIOUS FELLOWS

Bhavna Savani is North European Finance Manager at Colart International Holdings Ltd and completed the Fellowship in 2019. Hear about her experience on the programme in the video below.


Apply now for the NHS Fellowship

Apply now for the NHS Fellowship

Read the Programme Overview

Read the Programme Overview

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