Workforce Strategy and Planning
HEE working across the North West hosted the North West ESR BIG SIG (Special Interest Group) attended by over 90 representatives from NHS Trusts, CCG’s and Shared Service Providers in the North West. The NW ESR BIG SIG combines national and North West ESR updates with special interest groups for Payroll, OLM (Online Learning Management), Self-Service, HR, Reporting, Finance & Payroll. Please see below the agendas/presentations given at the event.
This simple infographic explains the ‘workforce generations’ you may have heard described in the news. Who are Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials and Digital Natives?
This quick visual explains roughly which years each generation belongs to, the other names associated with each group, some key cultural and technological events from those years, the number they represent in the NHS workforce and some of their learning characteristics as outlined in the ‘Mind the Gap’ report.
Tuesday 21st February 2017
HEE working across the North West hosted the North West ESR BIG SIG (Special Interest Group) attended by over 90 representatives from NHS Trusts in the North West. The NW ESR BIG SIG combines national and North West ESR updates with special interest groups for OLM (Online Learning Management), Self-Service, HR, Reporting, Finance & Payroll.
Please see below the links to access the presentations/updates given at the event.
'Where the work is' is a free-to-use skills dashboard for the UK developed by Institute for Public Policy and Research (IPPR) and Burning Glass Technologies, enables users to explore demand for particular mid-skills roles, and likely levels of competition and potential salary.
We are excited to launch a new resource to support organisations in implementing robust Workforce Planning.
The Recipe for Workforce Planning is an easy-to-use online tool driven by a dynamic process map; users click on each stage of the process to access resources and view the activities needed to complete that stage. The Recipe is a repository for best practice and facilitates peer support through a discussion forum.
This eWIN Hot Topic gives a brief introduction to Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs).In October 2014 NHS England published the ‘NHS Five Year Forward View’ which set out a ‘vision for the future based around seven new models of care’. The document emphasised three areas for action; widening gaps in the health of the population, quality of care and the funding of services.In December 2015 leaders of national health and care bodies in England announced they had outlined steps that would help organisations plan for the coming 6 years.
University of West London are running three day Introduction to Workforce Planning courses from the West London campus from 20, 21, 22 September 2016 and Reading campus from 13, 14, 15 February 2017.
For further information and an online application form visit:
HEE’s annual workforce planning process Health Education England is responsible for ensuring that there is sufficient future supply of staff to meet the workforce requirements of the English health system. In undertaking this role it must also work with partners to assess, but not have primary responsibility for, the workforce consequences for the wider health and care system.
Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to help improve the quality of care by ensuring our workforce has the right numbers skills, values, and behaviours to meet the needs of patients. HEE’s main way of achieving this goal has been the planning and development of the future workforce supply, through the investment of our dedicated £5bn budget on high quality education and training.