Submitted by purrdigital on Tue, 04/26/2016 - 12:43
Yesterday (26 April) HPMA President Deborah Tarrant launched the new Healthcare People Management Association vision and strategy 'Improving health through people' at The Royal National Hotel in Bloomsbury, London - find out more here.
As many of our 2016 awards finalists face judging panels today, the HPMA community can reflect on the start of a new era, setting the culture for great people management.
The national HR Professional Development Strategy (PDS) supports the development of the NHS HR profession and aims to promote the impact and influence of NHS workforce leaders. The strategy is being developed with and for NHS workforce leaders and as part of this we have already published the Director of Workforce Role Remit and Map of Influence.
The new VP for the North West branch is Janet Wilkinson, who is Director of HR, Organisational Development and Education at the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. She will be working closely with the previous VP Nicky Ingham who will be taking on the role of deputy. Here Janet tells us about her new role and what she hopes to provide for members.
In the newsletter this month we welcome new President Dean Royles, hear from two new branch vice-presidents and highlight NHS Streamlining Week with the ESR programme team - not to mention articles on menopause at work, leadership and an insight into just how much our executive director Nicky Ingham has been getting out to meet with members across the UK.
One of the recent reforms to apprenticeships that directly affects employers is the new requirements to becoming a registered apprenticeship training provider (RoATP). Many employers are struggling with the complexity and stringent requirements that need to be met in order to become registered, and the daunting thought of not being able to register could have serious impacts on the ability to delivery effective apprenticeship programmes.
Case Study: West London NHS Trust Developed in partnership with Healthcare Apprenticeship Standards Online and Health Education England
West London NHS Trust provides a full range of mental health, physical healthcare and community services for children, adults and older people in the region (caring for around 99,000 people each year), with over 3,300 staff – of which, there are more than 50 apprentices.