Sector and Training Institutions - how do get the workforce we need

Setting up individual sector workforce advisory groups that can work with training institutions to work on a curriculums that are nimble to respond to the changing needs of our patient groups and models of care. Also to ensure that new workers they can "hit the ground running"

Why the contribution is important

Currrently it feels like training institutions in some cases produce a worker that is not a good fit for the sector. So have new grads with expectations that don't align with the providers needs. And currenty can't influence their programmes in a timely way.

by Mackt on October 20, 2022 at 12:26PM

Current Rating

Average rating: 4.0
Based on: 3 votes


  • Posted by jude2305 October 28, 2022 at 17:04

    Great idea, and we need some better commissioning arrangement with higher education. our workforce projection capability needs to be far more advanced and joined up.
  • Posted by RobHallinan November 16, 2022 at 09:13

    Great idea and already occurs especially for workforces where there is only 1 training programme. As well as advising on training requirements, we also need to be combining our data on current workforce, vacancies, expected growth, attrition, overseas recruitment and undergraduate attrition to inform course entry volumes.
Log in or register to add comments and rate ideas