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SKILLS DELIVERY BRANCH Presentation to the Independent Health & Care Providers. Presented By Trevor Russell Department for Employment & Learning Skills Delivery Branch 15 February 2012. Department for Employment & Learning. Skills Delivery Branch – Who we are What we do.

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Skills delivery branch presentation to the independent health care providers

SKILLS DELIVERY BRANCHPresentation to theIndependent Health & Care Providers

Presented By

Trevor Russell

Department for Employment & Learning

Skills Delivery Branch

15 February 2012


Department for employment learning

Department for Employment & Learning

  • Skills Delivery Branch – Who we are What we do.

  • Department for Employment & Learning Programmes.

    • Recruitment;

    • Upskilling & Reskilling;

    • Management Training & Development;


Skills delivery branch

Skills Delivery Branch

A point of contact for employers who would like to know more about what training, Upskilling/Reskilling and recruitment assistance is available.

1st Floor,

Waterfront Plaza,

8 Laganbank Road,

Belfast,

BT1 3LY


Skills delivery branch overview

Skills Delivery Branch Overview

  • 3 Project teams working in various regions across NI.

  • advisers engage with employers to identify suitable training opportunities for staff.

  • discuss financial support towards training costs.

  • where necessary, fund development activity with local training providers to ensure training delivered locally.

  • customise training and ensure it is accredited.

  • signpost to other training and recruitment solutions.


Skills advisers

North Western & Northern RegionsTrevor Russell 028 9090 5267Paul Rainey 028 9090 5263

Skills Advisers

Southern & South Eastern RegionsKevin Quinn 028 9090 5268Damian Martin 028 9090 5264

South Western & Belfast RegionsMark McConville 028 9090 5262Kieran Hinds 028 9090 5266


Del programmes

DEL Programmes

  • Recruitment

    • Bridge to Employment (BTE);

    • Steps to Work (STW);

  • Upskilling & Reskilling

    • Customised Training;

  • Management

    • Made Not Born;

    • Management Analysis & Planning (MAP);

    • Management & Leadership Development Programme (MLDP) and

    • Intro Graduate Programme;


Recruitment

Recruitment

  • Bridge to Employment (BTE) - is a pre-employment training programme that helps unemployed people get jobs – whatever their experience.

  • Steps to Work (STW) - is a programme to help people move into and sustain employment. This includes work experience, training, and qualifications.  


Recruitment bridge to employment

Recruitment – Bridge to Employment

  • Bridge to Employment is a pre-employment training programme that helps companies recruit unemployed people whatever their experience of work.

  • Bridge to Employment programmes are run in response to employers with job vacancies. Training courses are tailored to meet the skill requirements of the job.

  • NO COST TO THE EMPLOYER.

  • In the last financial year 400+ people got jobs through our Bridge to Employment programme.


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Recruitment – Bridge to Employment

Typical BTE Funded Training in the Healthcare Sector

  • Fire Training.

  • Vulnerable Adults Training.

  • COSHH.

  • First Aid.

  • Moving & Handling.

  • Dementia Care.

  • Infection Control.

  • Food & Hygiene.

  • Induction.

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/index/successthroughskills/skillssolutions/skills-solutions-programmes/bridge-to-employment.htm


Recruitment steps to work

Recruitment - Steps to Work

  • The aim of Steps to Work is to assist people who are unemployed or economically inactive to find and sustain employment.

  • The Employer Subsidy is a 26 week package of assistance available to those employers who recruit eligible clients.

  • £60 p/w Full Time; £40 p/w Part Time for 18 to 24 year olds;

  • £75 p/w Full Time; £50 p/w Part Time for 25+;

  • Up to £750 available towards formal training or up to £300 available for short accredited training specific to the job role (18 to 24 years olds only);

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/index/finding-employment-finding-staff/fe-fs-help-to-find-employment/stepstowork/what-steps-to-work-offers-employers.htm


Upskilling reskilling

Upskilling & Reskilling

  • Customised Training – is a training programme for current staff which leads to a recognised qualification.

  • Available for Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) or Social Enterprise with up to 250 (or Full Time Equivalent) employees provided they don’t receive public funding for training.

  • Up to 100% funding on a sliding scale dependent on current skill level and number of employees.

  • Training can only be funded if it leads to a recognised qualification on the Qualification Credit Framework (QCF).


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Upskilling & Reskilling

Customised Training funding is based on the size of the company, qualifications already attained and level of qualifications being sought.


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Upskilling & Reskilling

Customised Training – how it works

  • we will meet with an employer to learn more about the business and to discuss the specific training needs.

  • a training project will then be built around the employer’s specific requirements.  

  • training can be delivered at a time and location to suit the employer.

  • employers will be required to release staff to undertake any training and may also be required to make a financial contribution.


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Upskilling & Reskilling

Training is available for all staff

  • Reception Staff.

  • Cleaning and Kitchen Staff.

  • Support Staff.

  • Care Staff.

  • Management Staff.


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Upskilling & Reskilling

Examples of Customised Training in the Healthcare Sector

  • Level 2 (NVQ) Diploma in Health and Social Care.

  • Level 3 (NVQ) Diploma in Health and Social Care.

  • Level 2 (NVQ) Diploma in Professional Cookery.

    Northern Ireland Social Care Council

  • Laura McCullough – Workforce Development Officer;

  • Tel: 028 9041 7600;

  • E-mail: [email protected]


Management training development

Management Training & Development

  • Made Not Born – Range of Events with key speakers to help “bring to life” the key management and leadership skills which are needed to grow your business, enhance your team potential.

  • These events are aimed at Small to Medium Enterprises (10 – 250 employees).

  • Working with a number of delivery partners there are a range of direct support programmes designed to meet the needs of different organisations.

  • They include structured programmes for individual managers across a range of themes as well as tailored company focused programmes.

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/index/successthroughskills/madenotborn.htm


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Management Training & Development

Direct Support Programmes

  • Management Analysis and Planning (MAP) - analysis of your business resulting in a training and development plan.

  • The Department for Employment and Learning will meet the cost of the business analysis, (itself worth £1000) and will provide up to a further £6000 of funding (on a 40% basis), towards development activities arising from the completed training and development plan.

  • Aimed at Small to Medium Enterprises.

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/index/successthroughskills/madenotborn/direct-support-programmes/madenotborn-map.htm


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Management Training & Development

Direct Support Programmes

  • Management and Leadership Development Programme (MLDP) - the programme is open to managers at varying levels of development from first line management through to training for directors and senior managers and addresses a range of business areas.

  • Financial assistance is available to NI-based Small to Medium-sized Enterprises and Social Economy Enterprises at 50% of programme cost.

  • The maximum MLDP funding a company may receive from DEL will be £7000 per annum.

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/index/successthroughskills/madenotborn/direct-support-programmes/madenotborn-mldp.htm


Additional del web sites

Additional DEL Web Sites

  • Intro

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/index/successthroughskills/madenotborn/direct-support-programmes/madenotborn-intro.htm

  • Essential Skills

  • http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/essential-skills-employers

  • Apprenticeship NI

  • http://www.delni.gov.uk/apprenticeshipsni

  • http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/appni-level2-19-health-and-social-care-issue-5-08-11.pdf

  • http://www.nidirect.gov.uk/appni-level-3-338-health-and-social-care-issue-4-08-11.pdf


Skills delivery branch presentation to the independent health care providers

SKILLS DELIVERY BRANCH

Contact Number: - 028 9090 5250

Email: - [email protected]

http://www.delni.gov.uk/skillssolutions


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