Message from your ETP Training Programme Director
Creating a new NHS England
Health Education England (HEE) will be coming together with NHS England (NHSE) to create a new organisation on 1 April 2023. This means that the new NHS England will take responsibility for HEE’s current activities. This includes planning, recruiting, educating and training the health workforce and ensuring that the healthcare workforce has the people, skills, values and behaviours to deliver excellent healthcare and health improvement to patients and the public.
This is a challenging time for people affected by this change. HEE and the new NHSE are supporting colleagues across the organisations while at the same time listening to feedback from partners, trainers and trainees as this new organisation is designed.
Click here to read the full statement.
ETP Train the Trainer
If you are new to the role of Training Officer and will be taking responsibility for an ETP trainee, this training session is essential to your training and is part of the ETP endorsement process.
The training session will help you:
- explain the aims and structure of the ETP
- explain and examine the role of the Training Officer
- outline training plans with examples
- describe and evaluate the types of assessment and evidence
- reinforce the purpose of reflective practice
- reflect upon what makes effective feedback
- introduce OneFile
- identify training support available and our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion
The webinar will last a maximum of 3 hours.
The next ETP Train the Trainer dates are:
- Wednesday 19 April 2023 @ 1.00pm – 4.00pm
- Thursday 15 June 2023 @ 10.00am – 1.00pm
Click here to register to attend an ETP Train the Trainer event
ETP curriculum review
We’d like to say thanks to everyone that has expressed interest in being involved in the process and provided feedback. We now have a wealth of information to draw upon as we begin the work required to keep the curriculum fit for purpose.
We’re pleased to say we’ve made an appointment to the position of Lead Editor. The Lead Editor will provide the scientific leadership for the review, working with us at the School to navigate the review process. Once everything is finalised with the appointment, we’re looking forward to introducing them to you. The next step is for the Lead Editor to work with your expressions of interest to establish a Curriculum Review Group. The group will then review your feedback and make decisions on the future direction for the curriculum. Look out for an update next month.
Healthcare Science Education and Training Collaborative Meeting
We would like to invite all ETP training officers to our next healthcare science education and training collaborative meeting that will take place on Monday 27 March at The Birmingham Conference & Events Centre at the Holiday Inn, Hill Street, Birmingham, B5 4EW.
Registration for this event closes on Tuesday 21 March.
Click here to find the agenda and register for this collaborative meeting on Monday 27 March. (expired link)
Missed a previous edition of the ETP Monthly Memo?
We’ve published copies of the Monthly Memo for ETP trainees and training officers on our website.
Click here to view previous editions of the ETP Monthly Memo.