Nationally Transferable Roles

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Response from SfH includes:. Workforce modernisation programmes New ways of Working Nationally Transferable Roles (NTR) Supported by qualifications reform. Strategic workforce development programmes, e.g.. Challenge with new roles. Articulating what's newRepetition TransferabilityLearning

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1. Nationally Transferable Roles

2. Response from SfH includes: Workforce modernisation programmes New ways of Working Nationally Transferable Roles (NTR) Supported by qualifications reform

3. Challenge with new roles Articulating what’s new Repetition Transferability Learning and development Progression

4. Competences and NOS Competences: descriptors of the performance criteria, knowledge and understanding required to perform a specific task. National Occupational Standards: competences that have UK wide approval for use in vocational qualifications Much more detail about this on SfH website for those that want it. PLUG for new competence application tools recently launched Much more detail about this on SfH website for those that want it. PLUG for new competence application tools recently launched

5. What is a Nationally Transferable Role?

6. Definition, cont…

7. NTR Initial Priorities Advanced practitioners Assistant practitioners Admin & clerical roles Cross cutting roles

9. Who benefits from NTR? Benefits for patients Staff in new roles working to transparent nationally agreed standards Benefits for employers Better knowledge of skills requirements when selecting staff for re-configured services and new roles Benefits for individuals Increased portability of skills, competences and qualifications

10. Template for developing NTR: Level descriptor Competences: Common core for CF level or for navigator role Specialty specific/pathway specific Locally relevant 3. Indicative learning and development

11. More information on NTR www.skillsforhealth.org.uk/nationally-transferable-roles [email protected] [email protected]

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