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Call for training providers to deliver our 2019/20 Programme
The HPMA London Academy is looking for training providers who are interested in delivering elements of our development programme in 2019/20. The Academy has developed significantly in recent years and in addition to our core programme, we are also commissioning providers to work with us on delivering a development pool for aspiring deputy directors of workforce, and a programme for aspiring workforce business partners.
Over the last few years, we have developed relationships with a range of excellent training providers and we would like to continue these relationships as well as inviting other providers to work with us in the delivery of this new programme.
In summary, we are looking to commission providers to deliver the 8 different strands of our new programme:
1. Our core learning events programme including Tomorrow’s World, Designing and Delivering Integrated Health and Care Systems, Workforce Profession Delivering High Impact
2. Foundation programme for bands 4 – 5
3. Delivery of technical knowledge events including our legal update events
4. Development sessions to be delivered as part of our 2 networks; the Deputy Directors Network and the Strategic HR and OD Network
5. Support for the delivery of a development pool programme for aspiring Deputy Directors of HR
6. Delivery of an aspiring Business Partner Programme
7. Action Learning Sets
8. Round table and dinner events for senior workforce leaders
If you are interested in working with the HPMA London Academy in the coming year, please take a look at our commissioning intentions document.
We are looking for expressions of interest by first thing on Monday 29 October 2018. Please use this form to submit your expression of interest to me and attach further details as appropriate. If you have any queries in advance of submitting an EOI please contact email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you!
HPMA London Academy team
Join the HPMA London Academy team
We are looking for a new Events Co-ordinator to join the HPMA London Academy team. The new team member will get involved in working with our partner organisations and members to run our extensive learning events programme for workforce professionals in our 48 NHS member organisations.
This is a great opportunity for the right person to develop their career by joining the HPMA London Academy team as an Events Co-ordinator from October. This role is a unique opportunity to work with workforce professionals from across the NHS in London and surrounding areas, to deliver new learning opportunities. The HPMA London Academy has a national reputation for delivering a ground breaking development programme to workforce professions including the ASPIRE Programme and developing HR/OD talent pools.
This role is a permanent position, taking over from Eva Burn who has done a brilliant job in this role. You will be employed by the HPMA (Healthcare People Management Association) on a salary equivalent to AfC band 4 (with HPMA terms and conditions) on a 30 hour week with the option to work one day a week from home. The team is hosted by Guy’s & St Thomas’ HR Department.
Please see the candidate information pack and apply as outlined in the pack by 9am on 20 August to Eva Burn firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also see our Annual Review document to give you a bit more information about the HPMA London Academy.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 29 August at 200 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YB.
If you have any questions about this role or would like an initial discussion, please contact Diana Cliff, Programme Development Manager, email@example.com before 2 August or Rachael Tyler, Development Director, Rachael.firstname.lastname@example.org after 6 August.
3 July 2018
Please click on the links below to download presentations from the day:
HPMA London Academy Programme 2018/19: Empowering and Inspiring Workforce Professionals
We are looking to work with new training providers as well as those who have delivered learning events for us in the past.
To download a copy of our briefing document which gives some background to the HPMA London Academy, a summary of the programme we would like to deliver in 2018/19 and some details on how we propose to work with training providers, click here.
To have a quick look at our recent learning needs analysis, click here.
Our aim is to find partners who are interested in delivering sessions at low cost or pro bono and in return, the partner will be able to showcase their training to our network of HR/OD professionals from a wide range of NHS employers in London and to our new member organisations based in Kent, Sussex and Essex.
The key themes of our core programme this year are:
- Self and personal impact
- Developing commercial and business skills
- System and organisation development
- Enhancing technical knowledge.
We are also planning to continue our advanced programme ‘Developing as a Strategic Workforce Leader’ for bands 8a upwards and our foundation programme ‘Emerging Workforce Leaders’ for bands 4/5.
If you are interested, please submit an expression of interest to deliver our learning events programme as well as some of our other events and activities e.g. speakers or development sessions at the Deputies or Strategic HR&OD network, facilitation of action learning sets, mentoring, and employment law updates. Click here to download a copy of a simple expression of interest form. The deadline for expressions of interest in 9am on Monday 4 December.
|Selection Process||Panel interviews for shortlisted applicants with the HPMA team and Director and Deputy Directors of HR/OD||19 September 2017|
|Development Centre||A range of development centre activities to enable participants to fully assess their strengths and areas for development through the course of the programme||20 October 2017|
|Modular Programme||A four day modular programme run on 2 consecutive days in May and July 2017. The modules are being designed to deliver the learning objectives outlined above and will cover the individual, the team, the organisation and the wider system.||
Modules 1 & 2 - 30 Nov & 1 Dec 2017
Modules 3 & 4 - 8/9th February 2018, dates tbc
|Action Learning Sets||Each cohort will be split into 2 action learning sets (ALS) facilitated by members of the Authentic Leadership team. Each ALS will meet on 4 occasions||Action learning sets to take place between January and May 2018 Final dates to be agreed.|
|Project||Each participant will complete a work based project within their own organisation||Completion by the end of the programme in June 2018|
|Programme Finale Assessment||Each participant will undergo a mock interview with existing Directors and Deputy Directors, including a presentation on their learning throughout the programme||12 June 2018|
|Mentoring/Coaching Opportunity||Each participant will be required to work with a mentor or coach through the programme.||To be organised on an individual basis|
The participant’s line manager and/or executive sponsor will be contacted by the HPMA to ensure that the application has their support.
- Lesley Dwyer, Chief Executive and James Devine, Executive Director of HR & OD, Medway NHS Foundation Trust
- Harbhajan Brar, Director of HR & OD, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Trust
- Tim Roberts, Managing Director, Thrive Tribe
- Stephanie Cartwright, Organisational Development Lead, Dudley CCG