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16/01/2019   Sector Skills Workshop - Health and Soc Care Nottm 25th Feb

From Marie Read (contact Marie on marie.read@nottinghamcity.gov.uk to book a place)

You may be aware that I joined the Employment & Skills Team recently picking up the work previously being undertaken by Owen Harvey and Nicola Stevens, in connection with the EU funded MoveAhead/StayAhead projects.  Detailed desk based research was undertaken earlier this year highlighting the skills needs for health and social care sector and creating a sector skills plan, and I would like to share these findings with you, gather your feedback and look at what action we can take by working together.

 

To enable this I would like to invite you to a Health & Social Care Sector Skills Workshop, where the aim will be to work together to identify how we can get people to access the right skills training both at entry level and those requiring up-skilling who are already working within the sector.  There is funding available to do this for SME’s through the EU MoveAhead/StayAhead funding which Nottingham City Council are the lead.  It would be great for as many as possible to maximise this opportunity!  Involvement and participation of employers within the sector is key and gets them involved directly with us, giving a voice in the development of a Health & Social Care Talent Academy.

 

It may be that you have a key link within a care organisation, including GP surgeries within the D2N2 geography that may wish to be involved.  Other representatives invited will include the  MoveAhead/StayAhead Partners, Training Providers (NTU, UoN, Nottingham College), Nottingham Futures, and the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.  Please let me know of any employers you think would be willing to engage with us on this project and I will extend the invite, making sure the room I have booked is of sufficient capacity.

 

My aim will also be to inform how I can support the access to resource and funding to help us achieve our aims in skills growth.

 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all!  Those of you, who I have not met, I look forward to working with you in 2019.

 

Kindest regards

 

 

Marie Read

Skills Growth Manager



16/01/2019   Sector Skills Workshop - Health and Soc Care Nottm 25th Feb

From Marie Read (contact Marie on marie.read@nottinghamcity.gov.uk to book a place)

You may be aware that I joined the Employment & Skills Team recently picking up the work previously being undertaken by Owen Harvey and Nicola Stevens, in connection with the EU funded MoveAhead/StayAhead projects.  Detailed desk based research was undertaken earlier this year highlighting the skills needs for health and social care sector and creating a sector skills plan, and I would like to share these findings with you, gather your feedback and look at what action we can take by working together.

 

To enable this I would like to invite you to a Health & Social Care Sector Skills Workshop, where the aim will be to work together to identify how we can get people to access the right skills training both at entry level and those requiring up-skilling who are already working within the sector.  There is funding available to do this for SME’s through the EU MoveAhead/StayAhead funding which Nottingham City Council are the lead.  It would be great for as many as possible to maximise this opportunity!  Involvement and participation of employers within the sector is key and gets them involved directly with us, giving a voice in the development of a Health & Social Care Talent Academy.

 

It may be that you have a key link within a care organisation, including GP surgeries within the D2N2 geography that may wish to be involved.  Other representatives invited will include the  MoveAhead/StayAhead Partners, Training Providers (NTU, UoN, Nottingham College), Nottingham Futures, and the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.  Please let me know of any employers you think would be willing to engage with us on this project and I will extend the invite, making sure the room I have booked is of sufficient capacity.

 

My aim will also be to inform how I can support the access to resource and funding to help us achieve our aims in skills growth.

 

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all!  Those of you, who I have not met, I look forward to working with you in 2019.

 

Kindest regards

 

 

Marie Read

Skills Growth Manager