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The Education Commissioning Team works with
Providers (including Universities and Further Education Colleges),
and other health and social care bodies in the public and private
sectors. We commission and manage a range of education and
development opportunities to support the whole workforce and we aim
educate outstanding healthcare workers who are well trained,
flexible and competent to meet changing public and
patient needs in an increasingly cost-conscious
Our work is governed and directed by a range of assurance
processes (World Class Commissioning, Commissioning Assurance
Framework) and input from Trust Workforce Plans from across the
whole of the South Central region. In this way we ensure that the
Multi-Professional and Education Training Levy (
) is spent
in the development of a workforce that is well trained, flexible
and competent to meet changing public and patient needs in an
increasingly cost conscious environment.
The Education Commissioning Strategy for 2012 -
2013 has been published. For further information,
please follow these links:
Information about our aims and objectives, business plans
and up to date reports can be found on this page.
Potential students will be interested in the
range of funded training opportunities that we commission to ensure
that we have the right staff, in the right place in the right
quantities both now and in the future.
Existing staff also benefit from the Continuing
Professional Development modules we commission in conjunction with
your Trust’s education team. The
needs of all
professional groups are considered so there should always be
something of interest. Don’t forget, there are also
opportunities through Widening Participation and the Innovation and Development team.
The responsibilities of the Education Commissioning team
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