- Skills for Health announces new National Skills Academy for Health
- The new Core Skills Training Framework for the UK health sector
- New Code of Conduct and Minimum Training Standards for Healthcare Support Workers
- Leadership development for the health sector
- Making the most of e-Learning
- Sharing Skills for Health’s expertise internationally
- The Skills for Health Apprenticeship Training Agency
- Recognition for exemplary Cadet programme
- Role design and employer networks survey
Have your say on the development of the minimum training standards and code of conduct for healthcare support workers and adult social care workers in England.
An online consultation was launched today to get the views of healthcare staff and education and training providers across health and social care on the minimum training standards and code of conduct for healthcare support workers and adult social care workers. If you would like to participate in the consultation visit our website. The closing date for the consultation is Friday 29th June.
Skills for Health and Skills for Care have been commissioned by the Department of Health to jointly convene the project to develop a code of conduct and standards which set out high-level proficiencies for the role and expectations around:
- healthcare support workers (reporting to registered nurses and midwives)
- adult social care workers (working in support of health and social care professionals, independently, for Care Quality Commission (CQC) registered residential care providers, or as domiciliary care workers in England)
The expectation is that the output from this work will be used by a body (or bodies) establishing a voluntary register(s) for healthcare support workers and adult social care workers in England as part of its standards for inclusion on a register. For more information please see the briefing document.