Health Education England’s (HEE) Talent for Care National Apprenticeship Team are celebrating winning a national award for their work supporting employers to deliver apprenticeship programmes.
The team have been awarded ‘the outstanding contribution to the development’ in the employer’s category at the FE Week and Association of Employment and Learning Providers (AELP) Apprenticeship Awards 2021. This is the second year running the HEE’s work with apprenticeships has been recognised.
The awards are a celebration of excellence in apprenticeship delivery in the UK and provide an opportunity to recognise the contribution of employers and providers.
Jane Hadfield, National Senior Programme Manager – Apprenticeships, Health Education England said:
“I am incredibly proud that my teams effort in supporting apprentices and employers during this challenging time have been recognised in this way. It has been made possible thanks to the fantastic relationships that we have built with our partners, I look forward to continuing to build on this work and help more people secure apprenticeships in the NHS.”
Apprenticeships are a key way for people to learn on the job, both for new starters to the NHS and for existing members of staff, allowing learners the opportunity to gain a qualification and apply their learning while continuing to earn a salary.
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