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    Alexander Technique Teacher

    You will teach people how to use the Alexander Technique to improve posture and co-ordination. You would work with clients on a one-to-one basis using verbal advice and gentle touch, teaching people how to release tension from the head, neck and spine to improve posture.

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    Careers Adviser

    You will provide information, advice and guidance to help people make realistic choices about their education, training and work. You will also help identify options for suitable careers, build CVs, identify skills gaps, and advise on where to search for jobs.

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    Chiropractor

    You will use your hands rather than surgery or medication to treat disorders of bone, joints and muscles by manipulation to help clients control pain or prevent further injury.

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    Dance Movement Psychotherapist

    You will help people to improve their body awareness, confidence and self-esteem by using dance and movement to help them express their thoughts and feelings. You will work with people with a variety of different problems ranging from learning disabilities to eating disorders.

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    Ergonomist

    You will use a variety of scientific techniques and problem-solving skills to ensure that the designs of systems, equipment and facilities provide the best levels of efficiency, comfort and health and safety for anyone using them. Your duties could include investigating the physical and psychological capabilities and limitations of the human body and analysing how people use equipment and machinery.

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    Health Promotion Specialist

    Your job would be to help improve the health of the population through education. This would involve making people aware of dangers like smoking and drinking and educating people on how to maintain a healthy diet and the importance of taking regular exercise.

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    Healthcare Assistant

    You will help with the day-to-day care of patients, either in hospitals or in a patients’ home. Some of your duties could include helping patients to wash, shower or dress, serving food or helping people eat, making and changing beds and keeping supplies and equipment in order.

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    Occupational Health Nurse

    Your role is to care for the health and well being of people at work. Some of your duties would involve carrying out re-employment medicals, assessing and treating employees who are injured or become ill at work, advising on health and safety issues and carrying out risk assessments.

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    Occupational Psychologist

    You will apply psychology to the world of work by helping organisations get the best performance from their employees and helping to improve employees’ job satisfaction. Some of the areas and activities you may be involved in are; personnel selection and assessment, performance appraisal and career development, training, employee relations and motivation and organisational development and change.

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    Occupational Therapist

    You will help people overcome difficulties caused by physical or mental illness, an accident or the ageing process. Some of your duties might include developing a rehabilitation programme to help rebuild lost skills and teaching anxiety management techniques.

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    Occupational Therapy Support Worker

    You will work with occupational therapists to help clients manage their daily activities to live as independently as possible. This can be people with physical, mental or social difficulties resulting from illness, an accident or the ageing process. You will look at ways clients can adapt or improve their situation, working their way towards an agreed goal.

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    Osteopath

    You will work with people to help them increase the mobility of joints, relieve muscle tension and boost the amount of blood supply to tissues so that all function smoothly together. You will treat a range of conditions including, back pain, injuries, joint pain and digestive disorders.

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    Personal Trainer

    You will help your clients achieve their personal health and fitness goals by assessing and developing a fitness, health or diet programme and monitoring their progress.

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