Working in hospitals, clinics and medical centres looking after the health and care of people with physical illness.
Working in a leisure centre, in sports as a player or coach, or involved in personal / fitness training.
Caring for individuals experiencing psychological difficulties, or with the welfare of individuals or groups of people experiencing some form of hardship.
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Provides support services for scientists in the clinical pathology laboratory with tasks including making-up reagents, labelling and separating specimens, and maintaining equipment
Sets up and operates equipment to monitor and measure the electrical activity of the brain and nervous system.
Aid workers typically operate in front line conditions, facilitating the effective distribution of humanitarian aid to people who have been hit by human or natural disasters.
Investigates deaths where there are medico-legal implications, for example, suspected homicides, death in custody and other complex cases.
Studies the way people think and act and uses their understanding to help people with difficulties to change their lives for the better.
Community Resource workers provide a range of services to people with visual impairments supporting their practical and emotional skills.
Supervises and provides safety at swimming areas including beaches, swimming pools and lakes.
Teaches, trains and demonstrates aerobic and anaerobic fitness methods to music.
A fully qualified medical doctor who works with and treats people who are suffering from psychological illnesses or disorders.