Department of Health, October 2016
The mandate to Health Education England (HEE) sets out the government’s objectives for HEE to provide healthcare education and training.reflects strategic objectives around workforce planning, health education and training and development. The mandate looks at how the healthcare workforce can be developed to improve care for patients through education and training.
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Department of Health, 15 June 2015
The framework agreement defines how the department and Health Education England will work together to serve patients, the public and the taxpayer. It sets out roles, responsibilities, governance and accountability arrangements.
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Health Education England, March 2015
This report makes recommendations for the education and training of registered nurses and care assistants to meet future needs and equip them to deliver high quality care. It covers themes such as enhancing co-production and the voice of the patient, assuring flexibility in nursing and funding and commissioning levers.
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Health Education England, October 2014
The Values Based Recruitment (VBR) Framework is a tool which aims to provide evidence to support employers and higher education institutes recruit for values, share good practice and to provide guidance and support.
To offer additional support for implementation of values-based recruitment HENW is currently piloting a values and behaviours assessment tool (VBAT). The purpose of the VBAT pilot is to contribute to the development of recruitment processes that attracts and select students, trainees or employees on the basis that their individual values and behaviours align with the values of the NHS Constitution.
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Health Education England, August 2014
Health Education England (HEE) is pleased to share their proposed ‘Widening Participation: It Matters’ strategy. The strategy sets out the context and drivers for the strategy, proposed goals and the initial set of actions that they believe are needed in order to build up and progress efforts to ensure a diverse, talented and inclusive workforce.
Before finalising this strategy they would really welcome your feedback to check the relevance of the strategy and the actions indicated. Please do take an opportunity to review the strategy and complete a short survey to capture your feedback. The consultation period will run from 26th August until 30th September 2014. All feedback received will be reviewed and any common points reflected in the final draft of the strategy. The strategy will then go forward for HEE Board approval in October 2014.
Click here to download the consultation draft of the Widening Participation Strategy and to access the online survey.