We help deliver HEE’s mandate by supporting the education of doctors/dentists in training from foundation to Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT). We organise all Annual Reviews of Competence Progression (ARCP) and advise panel members, ensuring educational progress of doctors is fairly assessed, at least annually, in line with regulatory and General Medical Council (GMC) and General Dental Council (GDC) requirements. We provide data to the GMC annually and produce reports to regulators and HEE as required. If a doctor disagrees with their ARCP outcome, we facilitate their request for appeal. We also guide doctors in training through revalidation, gathering information to support the responsible officer in recommending doctors as fit to practise. To support this, we run specialist training to guide educators in their role and work with HEE colleagues to develop and improve regional and national processes.Assessments and Revalidation
Our teams, working across the East Midlands
We have a dedicated workforce delivering high quality services across a variety of teams.
We offer a variety of initiatives to support career development and decision making, primarily aimed at doctors. These include workshops, one-to-one support, virtual learning careers modules and web-based resources. We also support faculties in the delivery of careers support activity, for example at faculty and educational events and via collaborative work at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. The team is also part of the national HEE Health Careers Team, which has worked together to integrate three previous websites (NHS Careers, Medical Careers and PHORCaST for Public Health careers) into a brand new national Health Careers website: www.healthcareers.nhs.uk.Careers
The Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire local workforce team provides expert advice and assistance to local organisations so that they ‘secure tomorrow’s workforce today and can help with workforce planning and the education and development of your staff.
For information on how to apply for a work experience placement please go the work experience pages.
The team are part of Health Education England. For more information about our work please click here.Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Local Workforce Team
The education commissioning team review and manage educational contracts held with Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) across the East Midlands and regional geography for healthcare professional pre-registration and post registration education (also called Learning Beyond Registration) courses.Education commissioning
Educator and School Development (ESD) provide practical support and workable solutions to Schools to enable them to deliver appropriate, cost effective education and training to our future doctors. We work closely with Schools in procuring experienced trainers and ensure their business plans are aligned to future developments and changes; and their budgets are spent wisely. By working closely with our customers and listening to their needs we offer innovative solutions by sharing good practice and using up to date technology. We manage trainees’ study leave and oversee the Leadership and Management programme as well as supporting the ongoing Continuing Professional Development of Dental registrants. On a practical level we offer Schools administrative support and event management.Educator and School Development
The Innovation and Improvement Team have set objectives for 2015/16.Innovation and Improvement
The LNR Workforce Team is part of Health Education England, working across the Central Midlands.Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland (LNR) Local Workforce Team
The Lincolnshire Workforce Team is part of Health Education England, working across the East Midlands (HEE-EM).Lincolnshire Local Workforce Team
GP Education Department
The HEKSS GP Education Department supports the recruitment and retention of doctors in general practice. It also has an active role in many of the processes that support primary care, in particular continuing professional development.
For more information, including recruitment and training, please visit the HEKSS general practice education website: http://kssdeanery.ac.uk/general-practice.
The Community Education Providers Network (CEPN)
The CEPN has been rolled out across all 20 CCGs in the region. It facilitates educational networks between GP practices with GP and primary care workforce tutors offering support in education, training and workforce planning.
For more information, please visit the CEPN pages.
Introduction to Practice Nurse Training
This unique, funded training course equips those new to practice nursing with the core knowledge and skills needed in today’s busy general practice environment. It has been developed as the first stage of a three-stage pathway that links entry level with CPD through to advanced practice.
For more information, please visit the introduction to practice nursing page.
Opportunity for Medical Students
This unique iBSc has been developed to enable medical students to gain insight into how Primary care works, the cutting edge innovation that is leading British Healthcare development. It provides research expertise and international travel opportunities.
For more information, please visit this page.Primary care
Priority Areas covers programmes that are mandated by the Governing Body. This programme aims to bring partner organisations together to work closely to develop collaborative solutions to address challenges. “Primary Medical Services” (PMS programme) is one of our programmes which covers the approaches to address challenges faced by primary care with focus in general practice. The PMS programme has seven streams mapped against the national 10 point plan, aligning our projects with the national direction and also regional need and Training Hubs is one of the projects. Training Hubs provide an educational infrastructure whose function is to increase the primary care placements for medical students and nurse students aiming to attract more GP trainees and nurses into primary care in the future and to look at multi-professional placements in primary care and the wider general practice team.Priority Areas
The Professional Support Unit (PSU) provides short-term, solution-focussed interventions for trainee doctors and dentists who are having difficulty progressing in training. Each trainee referred to the service has a dedicated PSU case manager who arranges support via specialist providers and then monitors their progress.Professional Support Unit
The Quality in Postgraduate Education Directorate delivers the postgraduate medical responsibilities, in addition to a wider multiprofessional quality role. We ensure that training meets the relevant national regulatory standards and continuously seek to improve the quality of education and training. The team also works closely with the Workforce and Transformation team to ensure that we are commissioning the right medical and non-medical training placements across the whole of the East Midlands. We deliver the processes required for postgraduate medical education and training and ensure there is high quality education and training for all our learners.QPED Management
Deliver recruitment systems in accordance with national processes and timelines, ensuring a high fill rate of trainee doctor posts and training/service coverage for hospital trusts and general practices.
Create and maintain accurate trainee doctor and training post records on our computer system and monitor trainees throughout their training programmes, whilst working to local and national procedures/policies.
This includes Foundation, General Practice, Public Health, Secondary Care, Dental and Academic trainees/programmes within the East Midlands. We also act as national recruitment lead for a number of specialties, including Public Health.Recruitment and Programmes
We work to bring economies of scale to effective and individualised Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) resources. We do this by building, sharing and procuring e-learning resources and sharing locally and nationally through local and national offices. This may take the form of local inductions and then spanning the spectrum to national eLfH programmes. We work to develop all sections of the workforce to assist in improving patient care.Simulation and e-learning strategy
We align ourselves with national and local transformation programmes as well as the new care models. We work with the whole non-medical workforce to create new and innovative routes into and across Health and Care. The team also has responsibility for supporting Continuing Professional Development (CPD) through professional leadership, Learning Beyond Registration and innovation e-learning platforms.Strategic Workforce – Clinicians
The strategic workforce development team supports the planning of future workforce requirements for health, public health, social care and the third sector across the East Midlands. This is essentially workforce planning, which is about ensuring that service has the people required in the right place, delivering the right care, at the right time.Strategic workforce development – workforce
The workforce intelligence team provides strategic workforce information to support strategic workforce planning, performance management, and to meet statutory workforce information requirements. Through working under three main categories (performance, programmes and quality) the team support all other directorates within HEE across the East Midlands with their objectives by providing accurate and high quality information on which strategic decisions can confidently be made.Workforce intelligence