These webinars are intended to compliment and support culture change, dissemination, and the implementation of this programme. Slides and recordings (where possible) will be uploaded to YouTube and shared on this page.
Please get in touch with any suggestions or feedback for HEE’s national AHP support workforce team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This webinar launched and supported the implementation phase of our AHP support workforce journey, with the published (October 2021) AHP Support Worker Competency, Education and Career Development Framework.
The webinar covered:
- The aims, objectives and support offer of HEE’s national AHP support workforce programme.
- The role of the AHP Support Worker Competency, Education and Career Development Framework in improving training, education, and competencies for AHP support workers, and the range of resources available to support implementation.
- HEE’s plans for supporting the development of apprenticeships for the AHP support workforce across England.
- The importance of engaging and partnering with support workers in local, regional, and national development.
- Our collective roles and contributions in recognising, celebrating, developing, and expanding the non-registered AHP workforce.
- Naomi McVey, National Lead for AHP Support Workforce, Health Education England
- Richard Griffin, Professor of Healthcare Management, King’s Business School, King’s College London
- Suraiya Hassan, AHP Workforce Lead, National AHP Support Workforce Programme, Health Education England
- Gemma Hall, Talent for Care Relationship Manager (Apprenticeships), North West, Talent for Care, Health Education England
- Gaby Ford, AHP Clinical Fellow, National AHP Support Workforce Programme, Health Education England
- Emma Busby, Lead AHP Support Worker & South MSK Team Co-ordinator, Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
- Claire Fordham, Professional adviser – Workforce and Education (non-registered workforce), Chartered Society of Physiotherapy