Health Education England preparation for work survey

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Help inform Health Education England’s (HEE) national strategy by completing their ‘preparation for work’ survey.

With questions about employability programmes, work experience opportunities and work-related learning activity, employers can also use the results to benchmark themselves against other NHS organisations and discover examples of good practice. 

The survey takes around 30 minutes to complete and it is recommended you have information about your 'preparation to work' activity before starting, including your participant numbers and outcomes if available.

The results of the survey will help to provide a national picture of what the NHS is doing and how HEE can support employers in the future. For example, last year one of the primary barriers cited was the lack of infrastructure to support delivery. As a result, HEE provided some funding to increase capacity in this area. 

All responses will be treated confidentially and not shared with any third party. Only anonymised findings will be published, unless express permission has been granted to share best practice.

To complete the survey, visit the preparation for work page. Closing date for responses is 8 September 2019.

If you have any queries or problems accessing the survey, please contact talentforcare@hee.nhs.uk

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