Share your views on apprenticeships and the Code of Conduct and National Minimum Training Standards

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29 / 11 / 2013 11.08am

Skills for Health are currently undertaking two short surveys with health care employers to help them better understand two key areas of work. These are the Code of Conduct and National Minimum Training Standards (NMTS) for healthcare support workers and also apprenticeships and their use within trusts.

The views of employers will be central in helping to shape the future of these areas of work.

Each questionnaire will take a maximum of 10 minutes and each completed response will be entered into a prize draw with an opportunity to win a £25 Amazon voucher.

Code of Conduct and National Minimum Training Standards (NMTS) for healthcare support workers - survey

Skills for Health developed the Code of Conduct and National Minimum Training Standards (NMTS) in partnership with Skills for Care, employers, support workers, patient and service user representatives, professional bodies, trade unions and the Department of Health in 2013. They are seeking your views and feedback to help shape this work area.

Take the survey and share your views

 

Apprenticeships, their use and uptake within trusts - survey 

Skills for Health has worked with employers and other key stakeholders to develop apprenticeship frameworks and raise awareness of apprenticeships available to the health sector. They are keen to hear the views from employers within the NHS about apprenticeships and how they have adopted them for the health sector.

Take the survey and share your views

 

 Skills for Health

Skills for Health is the Sector Skills Council, for all health employers; NHS, independent and third sector.  They support health employers in three ways:

  • by offering tested solutions and tools to help improve productivity and quality, 
  • supporting employers and staff to plan and manage workforce development and change, 
  • by representing employers as the authoritative voice on skills issues.

Find out more about Skills for Health 

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