Find out more about the new training courses and development programmes that are now available on the Leeds Health and Care Learning Portal in this article.
The Healthier Working Futures project inspired young people (aged 16-25) to consider careers in health and care. Read the summary Impact Report of the programme in this article.
Take a look at our 2023 Academy prospectus on a page which includes details of learning and development opportunities that are either available to book onto now, or to register your interest for.
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, Jess Scrimshaw, Programme Manager – Partnerships and Workforce Development at the Leeds Health and Care Academy, discusses the importance and benefits of a collaborative apprenticeship approach.
Read more about our new learning management system, the Leeds Health and Care Learning Portal, that can be accessed by anybody working or volunteering in a health and care role in Leeds. This exciting new platform opens up access to online learning across health and care organisations in the city.
The Leeds Health and Social Care Hub provides a new way for national and local partners to work together; an exciting opportunity for the Department of Health and Social Care and Leeds-based health and care organisations to collaborate to improve health outcomes across the community and bring our different perspectives and resources together.
Read about the Academy’s progress during 2021/22 in this comprehensive report.
In June 2022 we facilitated a series of events that allowed HR, OD and People colleagues to create connections, celebrate success, and develop as professionals.
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In 2020, the Leeds Health and Care Academy took on the responsibility of recruiting I Care… Ambassadors and developing the programme as a whole, to align the Ambassador programme with other city-wide pieces of work that were taking place at the time. Read about the progress made since in this article.
Healthier Working Futures was a project funded by the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund. The aim of the project was to help young adults, aged 16-25, to develop the confidence, skills, interest and insight that will enable them to take advantage of fulfilling employment opportunities in the health and care sector.