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CPD Bands 1 - 4. Emma Wilton Widening Participation Manager. 05.11.2009. NHS South Central Workforce Profile. Drivers. Support increased skill mix All-graduate nursing workforce and increased demand for Assistant/Associate Practitioner

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cpd bands 1 4

CPD Bands 1 - 4

Emma Wilton

Widening Participation Manager

05.11.2009

drivers
Drivers
  • Support increased skill mix
  • All-graduate nursing workforce and increased demand for Assistant/Associate Practitioner
  • Workforce with capability and capacity to deliver service transformation
  • Supporting QIPP agenda

Education and Commissioning

www.nesc.nhs.uk

cpd bands 1 4 report key messages
CPD Bands 1 – 4 Report, Key messages
  • Staff who learn want more!
  • Staff want accredited, transferable education & training
  • Lack of clarity around progression opportunities
  • Need for flexible delivery of education and training

www.nesc.nhs.uk

key messages continued
Key messages continued
  • Dedicated time for learning and release is barrier to education and training
  • Learning infrastructure often not adequate to support bands 1 – 4
  • Manager crucial in development of their staff
  • Focus on developing whole workforce, not just registered staff

www.nesc.nhs.uk

cpd bands 1 4 workshop
CPD Bands 1 – 4 Workshop
  • Attended by Clinical Leaders and Heads of Education and Training
  • Focussed upon implementing the recommendations made within the CPD Report across NHS South Central
  • Introduce improvements in the continuing personal and professional development of staff in bands 1 – 4
  • Develop collaborative action plan

www.nesc.nhs.uk

activity 2
Activity 2
  • Develop effective pathways for development and progression, for example, progression from vocational courses to FE & HE and progression for Apprentices into FE & HE and building links with Apprenticeships

www.nesc.nhs.uk

next steps
Next Steps
  • Identified three key recommendations to be implemented across NHS South Central
  • Mapping education and training and identifying gaps – 19 November Workshop
  • Supporting development of progression pathways
  • Developing Assistant/Associate Practitioner role, around Next Stage Review pathways.

www.nesc.nhs.uk

ap education commissioning framework
AP Education Commissioning Framework
  • Enable transferability, supporting flexibility of the workforce and portability of learning
  • Regional consistency in Education and Training
  • Enable commissioning of education provision, including foundation degrees/modules of learning
  • Linked to development of bands 5 - 9

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ap education commissioning framework1
AP Education Commissioning Framework
  • Principles:
  • Core Education and Training and role/pathway specific learning
  • Education and training will be competency based and clinically relevant
  • Investment to support practice-based learning
  • Support development of staff employed in bands 2/3

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summary
Summary
  • Map existing provision and progression pathways
  • Continue to work with Education Provider Colleagues to ensure provision is reflective of service need
  • Support CPPD to grow our own workforce
  • Respond to increased demand for Assistant/Associate Practitioner

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