Webinar

Collecting, compiling and using practice placement data to your advantage

Watch this past webinar to understand the collection of healthcare student placement data and how this can be used to employers' benefit.

General information

Time
13 September 2021 14:30 - 15:30 GMT
Audience
Open to all

Speakers

This webinar was held to support employers to understand the reasons behind the need to collect healthcare student placement data and the key information required. It  provided information on how others have successfully identified, accessed and used the non-medical education tariff (NMET) to their benefit.

Our speakers provided perspectives from Health Education England (HEE), universities, local NHS trusts and the Sussex allied health professional (AHP) faculty. It covered many of the frequently asked questions relating to data reporting and why it is valuable to our services.

The session aimed to enhance understanding and engagement with the new HEE portal, supporting AHP managers and educational representatives to build robust practice learning data that will strengthen accuracy of reporting and subsequent business and financial planning.

Speakers

  • Christine Hoare, Senior Business Partner South East Region, provided an understanding about the NMET tariff, payments and acceptable use.
  • Alex Lang, Senior Business Analyst in Workforce Planning and Intelligence, gave an update on the new HEE portal, how to access and its user guide.
  • Helen Lycett, Associate Director for Allied Health Professions at West London NHS Trust, shared how they got access to tariff payments.
  • Amelia Palmer, Practice Education Facilitator across Sussex ICS, talked about creating a data reporting tool for Sussex.

The audience

This session will be of use to those who have particular involvement in co-ordination of student placements or recruitment, training and education budgets, such as AHP service leads, practice placement co-ordinators, health care learning environment leads, practice placement administrators.