In July we hosted a Springboard celebration event which commemorated over 200 women completing the programme in Leeds. You can read more about the event in this article.
In June, we celebrated the first ever Health T Level graduation ceremony. The celebration event was held alongside Leeds City College and Notre Dame Catholic Sixth Form College and showcased the success of the programme.
Read about the Academy’s progress during 2022/23 in this highlight report.
The Leeds Health and Care Academy has been awarded funding from the West Yorkshire Integrated Care Board to design and deliver a digital career platform to engage our future workforce. Our approach is user-led, and we’re actively seeking individuals to participate in focus groups.
The Citywide Workforce Planning for Allied Health Professionals project identified and explored common issues regarding supply and retention of staff within AHP roles.  Read the project summary in this article.
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.