Presentation on theme: "Local Planners and Modernisation Networks Judith McGregor Head of Programmes Skills for Health Academy North West."— Presentation transcript:
Local Planners and Modernisation Networks Judith McGregor Head of Programmes Skills for Health Academy North West
Established in 2003 Managed by Skills for Health Funded by Health Education North West Responsible for Cadet Programmes Pre Employment Programmes Bands 1 to 4 budget for Training and Development including Apprenticeships
Skills for Health Academy North West Support Widening Participation Agenda Local demographics - Local People into Local Jobs Age profile within our workforce Community Engagement Progression Sharing Best Practice
Cadets 16 to 18 year olds 1 and 2 year programmes 400 Plus a year recruited and supported Programmes in – Health Care, Finance, Informatics, Business Administration and Dental Nursing 2012/13 Programmes - 2 year programme 92% Successful Progression Outcomes 1 year programme 90% Successful Progression Outcomes
Based on NHS England 6C’s Care Compassion Commitment Communication Competence Courage
Pre Employment On Working Age Benefits 14 week programme 200 Plus per annum recruited and supported 2012/13 Programmes – Retention rate 89% Employment in the Sector = 45% Employment outside of the sector = 3% Voluntary work whilst seeking employment = 6% Progression onto Further Education/Training /Support = 28% Successful Progression Outcomes: 82%
Bands 1- 4 Manage the bands 1 - 4 budget on behalf of HENW Offer a supported brokerage/quality assurance service to all NHS Trusts across the region Support 8 NHS Accredited Centres across the NW to deliver full framework Apprenticeships Support contract compliance for accredited centres to access funding from the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) Work in partnership with the National Apprenticeship Service 2012/13 supported the uptake of 2,777 apprenticeships
Why Apprenticeships? Nationally Recognised Qualification with 5 key components – Certificate or Diploma in Vocational Skills. The assessment and verification of demonstrated competence gained in order to undertake specific job-related tasks. Employer Rights and Responsibilities. The rights and responsibilities of workers, the organisation and the impact on the NHS of public law and policies. Functional Skills. A suite of qualifications aimed at developing English, Mathematics or ICT skills. Personal Learning and Thinking Skills. Provides knowledge, skills and experience in the self management of relationships with others, team working and problem solving. Technical Certificate. The knowledge element of the framework designed to enhance understanding.
Apprenticeship Promise Consider all AfC Bands 1- 4 vacancies as potential Apprenticeships and advertise them as such Establish an accurate record of minimum level 2 attainment across the organisation, offering those without, the opportunity to undertake an Apprenticeship Actively promote the opportunities for progression to those who successfully complete their Apprenticeship Sign up to the 2013 Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers list to showcase the volume and range of Apprenticeship opportunities in the North West NHS Share best practice and lead the evidence base illustrating the health and well-being impact of education and employment, through an annual case study.
Apprenticeship 2012/13 2,777 starts regionally Monitored either directly through our systems or reported to us by the National Apprenticeship Service 1,420 tracked through our Education Monitoring Tool 610 Apprenticeship (Level 2) 770 Advanced Apprenticeship (Level 3) Remainder (40) Level 1 and/or Level 4 activity Also supported the uptake of 959 QCF Qualifications Overall success rate – 75% Overall Retention – 92%