Events

Apprenticeship Training Q&A | Live Webinar

The National Skills Academy for Health and Skills for Health are hosting a live Q&A with a panel of experts who will answer your burning questions around apprenticeship training provision.

Send your questions in advance on any topic including:

  • How to charge for your apprenticeship training
  • How to train part-time apprenticeships
  • What employers really want
  • What can be included in off-the-job learning?
  • How to make your apprenticeship training appeal to employers

Send your questions in advance on any topic from charging models to managing part-time apprenticeships to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by June 1st.

Register today to join the webinar on Thursday, June 8th at 10.30 AM.


Call for experts

To help support a programme of new learning developments for the health sector, Skills for Health are on the search for subject matter experts to work alongside our elearning team.

If you know someone who really knows their stuff when it comes to: Prevent, End of Life care or Resuscitation please get in touch by either emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or calling 0117 910 2286.

The experts we work with are invaluable when it comes to producing the best quality training on the market. We need our experts to build these amazing new courses.

Please do get in touch, and we can tell you more about how we develop courses, what involvement experts have, and how we make sure any valuable contribution from our experts is explicitly recognised.

Find out more

To sign-up to become one of our subject matter experts or to find out more, please contact us: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone us 0117 910 2286.

Note: Please indicate which subject you would like to work on.


People Matter 2017: What’s next for widening participation in health and care?

Health Education England (HEE), in partnership with Skills for Care and NEON, is running an event called People Matter 2017: What’s next for widening participation in health and care?, taking place on the 27 June 2017 at the Strand, Central London. 

This conference is for anyone interested in addressing workforce supply challenges in health and care and how widening access to education and employment opportunities and increasing the talent pool will enable a more diverse and inclusive workforce for the future.

Please click here to find out more about the conference and to book your free place.

Following the conference, HEE is hosting its annual National Widening Participation Awards Ceremony at the Palace of Westminster, where we will recognise the achievements in the health sector of outstanding widening participation partnerships, research and initiatives. The awards also celebrate the success of individuals from diverse backgrounds who go over and above to support this agenda across the health sector.

Nominations for the 2017 HEE National Widening Participation Awards are now open. Please click here for further details about the awards and how to make a nomination.