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1 8 th October 2013 The Quality Agenda Jill Guild CMrg MCMI Head of Quality and Regulation

2 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board Welcome to Ruddington Our new base! 1st August 2013 Health Education East Midlands Tel: Web:

3 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board Who are we? Department within the NHS Accountable to Health Education England Health Education England We are the NHS engine that will deliver a better health and healthcare workforce for England. We are responsible for the education, training and personal development of every member of staff, and recruiting for values. We are England’s health and healthcare people service. Developing people for health and healthcare

4 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board What does that mean? Health Education England April 2013 – budget of £5 billion, £10,000 per minute One of 13 LETBs Health Education East Midlands Local Education and Training Board – £360 million budget Responsible for the right workforce, the right skills and values and in the right place at the right time Average cost to train: An allied health professional £60,000 A nurse £70,000 A GP £500,000 A medical consultant £560,000

5 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board East Midlands Non-Medical Trainees – February 2013 Non-Medical Trainees 6510 Health Visitors 143 Occupational Therapy 509 Operating Department Practitioners 130 Paramedics 72 Physiotherapy 441 Speech & Language Therapy 258 Podiatry 73 Pre Registration Pharmacy 37 Radiography – Diagnostic 164 Radiography – Therapeutic 57 H Healthcare Science Practitioners (STP) 40 Scientists 161 Clinical Psychology 97 Child Psychotherapists 2 Dietetics 131 Midwifery 400 Nursing & Midwifery 4211 Nursing – Child 319 Nursing – Learning Disabilities 138 Nursing – Mental Health 720 Nursing –Adult 2627 Allied Health Professionals 1705 Healthcare Science (pre MSC) 17 MPPM 29 Biomedical Science 23 Audiology 52 Nursing – Dual Registration 7 Dental Therapy 24

6 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board East Midlands Medical Trainees 2012

7 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board East Midlands LETB Education & Training Budget 2013/14 £2m £3m £5m £26m £2m £1m £36m POSTGRAD MEDICAL £158m OTHER HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONS £128m £16m £9m £76m £2m MULTI- PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING £365m £58m MEDICAL STUDENT PLACEMENTS £72m £3m £63m Medical School Support £1m General Practice Clinical Placements Other WF Development Learning Beyond Registration Training for Wider Workforce Education Support Denta l £75m. £8m £6m Hosted National Recruitment General Practice Public Health Academic Foundation Programme Secondary & Community Care University Tuition Fees Specialty Training 6,475 Students 3,643 Training Posts 65,797 Placement Weeks Widening Access £37m Student Grants £5m Student Grants Mgt Costs £6m Leadership £1m

8 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board Quality Our role: To manage the quality of training and education across all health professions Contracts Quality Visits National and local surveys Themed reviews Working with the regulators Complaints, concerns and satisfaction Lay partners Programmes and Projects

9 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board One example of how we measure quality: Information and data is collated by our workforce intelligence team; this comes from both internal and external sources This informs the level of visit to the provider A multi-professional team visits the provider and measures them against regional and national standards Outcomes inform contracting and commissioning arrangements, workforce plans, projects

10 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board Our principles: We will listen to the patients voice - every contact will count We will work together - build good, strong relationships We will share information - in the best interests of patients and the public We will promote a learning and development environment - one which is safe, nurtures and is inviting We will think whole systems - multi-professional We will look at the pathways - patients, students and trainees A set of principles co created together April 2013

11 East Midlands Local Education and Training Board Relationships are key to the education and training quality agenda


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