Practice placements are a key part of all health and social care professional programmes. Practice learning focuses on the services needed by patients, putting the service user/patient at the centre of the student's learning experience.Practice placements
Planning and commissioning
There are over 300 different careers in the NHS and we commission education and training programmes for 129 different types of healthcare staff, ranging from paramedics and pathologists, midwives and biomedical scientists to GPs and paediatric nurses, and more.
Each year we identify the numbers, skills, values and behaviours that employers tell us they need for the future. Please view our Workforce Plan for England. Based on the national plan, we then develop local workforce plans.
Our planning and commissioning programmes ensure that the NHS has the right number of staff with the right skills, values and behaviours, in the right areas to provide safe, effective care for patients.
The Funding Guide describes the funding arrangements, established by Health Education England within Yorkshire and the Humber...Funding guide
1st April 2013 brought the nationwide introduction of a placement payment to organisations providing practice placements for nursing and...Implementation of training tariff
The Learning and Development Agreement (LDA) document lists all education, training and learning activity commissioned by...The learning and development agreement (LDA)
Our role is to provide leadership, intelligence and products that support workforce planning for business and education/training...Strategic workforce planning
Health Education England within Yorkshire and the Humber (HEYH) funds a variety of Specialist Skills and Post Registration...Educational providers (HEIs)
Learning and development agreements (LDA) are currently in place between individual LETBs and their service provider...Quality - formal contracts and agreements