Manchester Metropolitan University have partnered with the Leeds Health and Care Academy to offer their unique degree apprenticeship – the Chartered Manager in Health and Social Care Programme – to Leeds health and care staff. Based on applications and discussions that have been recorded as a result of our Team Leader apprenticeship, we recognised an […]
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. By working […]
Healthier Working Futures, Leeds is an exciting new partnership of health, care and third sector partners who have received funding from the UK Government through the UK Community Renewal Fund. Following a competitive application process, we were the only project to be selected in Leeds and just one of seven projects across West Yorkshire. The […]
1) Foreword Leeds Health and Care organisations came together in November 2019 to agree the Strategic Workforce Priorities which would underpin collective delivery of the city’s Health and Wellbeing Strategy and the Leeds Plan. There was a clear and shared understanding that the Leeds system was already operating with notable workforce gaps which needed to […]
On behalf of Leeds, the Academy is delighted to welcome our first cohort of Data Analyst Apprentices from across the Health and Care system, starting on 29th September 2020. In partnership with WhiteHat, this innovative L4 Data Analyst Apprenticeship combines industry-leading technical expertise with values-based leadership development. It brings together colleagues from our hospitals, primary […]
Kate O’Connell has been appointed as director for the pioneering Leeds Health and Care Academy and the Leeds strategic workforce.
Around 57,000 people who work in Leeds’ health and care sector are part of the pioneering new Leeds Health and Care Academy showcased in Washington DC in May. In an unprecedented partnership approach by the UK’s third largest city, the Leeds Health and Care Academy is spearheading a new and shared way of thinking, learning […]
Our second cohort of Leeds health and care ambassadors have joined the team which will work across the city to inspire and motivate the next generation of staff in this vital field. They are drawn from a whole range of employers across the city and from many different roles and each will spend two or […]