A national strategy for Skills for Life in person centred care
The Centre for Apprenticeships and Skills, and School of Health and Education at Middlesex University (Finbar Lillis), is conducting initial scoping research for Health Education England (HEE). A report will be produced by early August 2019, with recommendations for a cohesive long-term strategy for developing Skills for Life for person centred care. This will include ways to address English and maths weaknesses that impede progression into regulated healthcare professions, now
Through June 2019 we would like you to help us, by responding to a short survey which asks for your views and any examples from practice, about:
- How in your experience, weaknesses in English and maths and other transversal skills are impeding progression into and through regulated healthcare professions
- Examples of good practice you know about which are helping to overcome these weaknesses
- And to say what you think should go into a HEE national strategy for the development of transversal skills
Complete the survey and you will be automatically invited to a webinar on the draft research findings in early July.
HEE will establish a Special Interest Group (SIG) of employers, experts and providers to inform and advise HEE on taking its national strategy forward.
Please see our new Skills for life page here.