Talent for Care
This web page is designed specifically for care staff working across North Central and East London. It aims to bring together local resources, information and guidance on all aspects of Talent for Care: and is complimentary to the National (HEE) Talent for Care web page.
Pages will develop and become far reaching as the project progresses. If you have items that you would like to see displayed, please contact Jane Connor, Talent for Care Lead (North Central and East London): email@example.com
While the NHS’s support workforce (those in Agenda for Change roles banded 1-4 and their equivalents) make up 40% of the total workforce and provide around 60% of patient care, this group receives less than 5% of the national training budget.
Under the three primary themes of Get In, Get On and Go Further, we’re working with national, regional and local partners to change this picture, increase investment in the support workforce and to spread good practice and innovation.
Read more about the Talent for Care programme on our national page. This programme is also closely aligned with the Widening Participation programme, which you can read more about on our national page.
- Health Careers
- Health Ambassador
- Work experience
- Career events
- Summer school
- Project search
- Literacy and numeracy support
Get In...Work Experience: local resources, information and guidance on all aspects of Talent for Care and work experience. For more information, download the "work experience in NHS trusts" document at the bottom of this page.
Students in North Central and East London:
- Secondary care
- Primary care
- Care Certificate
- RCN first steps
- Open University - Open Learn
- University of Hertfordshire
- City University
- Foundation Degree
- Open University
- Overseas nurse programme
- Return to Practice
If you have items that you would like to see displayed, please contact Talent for Care lead (North, Central and East London): firstname.lastname@example.org.