The Student Quality Ambassador scheme involves students from all 4 fields of nursing, midwives, paramedics, allied health professionals, healthcare scientists and social workers.The Student Quality Ambassadors aim to;
The careers event was held to showcase career opportunities in Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM subjects). The event provided an opportunity to showcase NHS careers in STEM subjects and in particular Apprenticeship opportunities that are being currently advertised in Pharmacy, Healthcare Science, the Ambulance service and Dental Nursing. Opportunities in all these disciplines will be advertised in the next few weeks and the majority of these Apprenticeships are planned to start September 2015.
Welcome to this first edition of the stakeholder briefing for this project.This edition will introduce the project and the project team, and will be followed bi-monthly with an update on progress.This project is a piece of research to find ways of creating portfolio careers across the Lancashire health and social care economy that will help us to address existing and predicted workforce gaps.We want to encourage people to positively choose this area to work in, offer interesting and imaginative opportunities for staff and to provide the support needed to retain skills and capability locally
The North West Healthcare Science Trainees Network Board have developed a set of resources to support all new trainees in the North West.They were written by trainees for trainees and are a useful resource for training managers too.
The North West Healthcare Science Trainee Network Board (NW HCS TNB) was set up in the summer of 2013 by Helen Liggett (Northwest Healthcare Science Workforce Lead), Nick Fowler-Johnson (North West Modernising Scientific Careers Programme Lead) and Tiffany Daniels (STP Trainee in Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics) to develop the trainee arm of the North West Healthcare Science Network (www.nwhcs.nhs.uk).
Workforce Transformation booklet: information on existing, new and emerging roles supported by Health Education North West which contribute to workforce transformation.Career framework: this diagram demonstrates how potential career routes and development link together.
HEE publish the second Workforce Plan for England, which sets out the £5bn investment to be made in education and training programmes for 2015/16.It is built upon the needs of local employers, commissioners and other stakeholders who, as members of the Local Education Training Boards (LETBs), have shaped the thirteen local plans that are the bedrock of this plan for England.
The Workforce Modernisation Dashboard pulls together data on the commissioning and development of new roles; mainly Assistant Practitioners, Associate Practitioners and Advanced Practitioners, with some supplementary information on apprentices and on Consultant Practitioners.This data is displayed in a graphical dashboard, updated quarterly. The dashboard has views by organisation, by county, by region, and an aggregate view across the North West. It is also be possible to compare organisational profiles.
This document presents a brief summary and guide to the workforce data signposting tool; an online resource which signposts to publically available workforce planning and related data sources across the public sector.
This poster shows the opportunities for staff and workforce development, starting with pre-employment and cadet schemes, through to apprenticeships, assistant, advanced and associate practitioners.