Technology Enhanced Learning Programme Contact Rebecca Burden Programme Manager [email protected] Vision and Aims • A high quality, blended approach to utilising technology enhanced learning, which is centred on patient safety, multi-professional learning, demonstrates organisational collaboration and delivers the skills and knowledge that underpin the KSS strategic priorities Vision and Aims • Establish a strong functional stakeholder group to build upon and develop the way in which technology enhanced learning is utilised • Develop and increase the provision of opportunities for multi-professional learning using technology • Support and encourage the growth of innovation and research • Ensure that the regional approaches and development to TEL are aligned with national strategy and standards Investment in Simulation 2013-2014 Simulation – Paediatric simulation in Sussex - BSUH – Virtual patient simulation scenarios – SaBP – Simulation – interventional simulator for Emergency Care, Interventional Radiology, Cardiology and Vascular Surgery – Frimley Park – Quality Ward Round simulation training – BSMS – Simulation equipment – bronchoscopy, ENT, anaesthetics – Simulated Ambulance – Simulation ( Medical Emergency Teams) – University of Surrey 4 Investment in e-learning 2013-2014 • E-learning – Awareness raising for gender re-assignment(SABP) – Interactive on-line learning child protection (Kent) – Health Equalities framework (NDTI) – Quality management – visitors training – Urgent care pathways for Children – Advanced Care Planning 5 Other Technology Enhanced Learning 2013-2014 • Video – communication skills for health practitioners to support patients in pregnancy • Software for delivering radiology training • Blended distance learning for community pharmacists 6 Regional Network Groups • Regional e-learning network – Meets 3-4 times per year – Shares best practice – Shared e-learning hosting – Commissioning regional e-learning • KSS simulation network – Meets 3 times per year – Shares best practice – Reviewing faculty development 7 What are we doing now? Plan for 2014-15 Patient Safety Simulation technician apprenticeships Training Multi-professional Faculty Develop 2 tiers of training for simulation trainer/faculty Encourage, develop and support regional e-learning and assessments aligned with the national platform eLearning and online assessments Identify innovative TEL activities to support KSS educational priorities Simulated Ambulance Introduce a mobile simulation unit Review and develop the provision and outcomes of simulation training How can you get involved • • • • Programme Board Network meetings Newsletter Workshops – invite proposals Questions ? Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex Career Progression Programme Update – September 2014 Mike Bailey “Through creative partnerships we shape and develop a workforce that impacts positively on health and wellbeing for all” 11 National, Regional and Local Drivers • • • • • • • • Career Progression Development Strategy 2014-2020 HEE National Bands 1-4 Strategy HEE Widening Participation Strategy Francis Report Cavendish Review Richard’s Review SDS Programmes Greater integration between health and social care Key Programme Objectives Participation • • • • Improved health and social care careers advice Increase in young people recruited to the NHS Development of pre-employment programmes Joint initiatives across health and social care Practice • • • • Commission relevant, high quality and cost-effective Increase apprenticeships across new and existing staff Implement HCA training standards Evaluation and return on investment Progression • • Development of healthcare support worker and assistant practitioner roles Supporting innovative ways to positively reconfigure this workforce Work To Date Careers Advice Workshops rolling out from September 2014 First Princes Trust Pre-employment programme rolled out with Medway Community June 2014, BSUH and Sussex Community looking to roll out joint one in November 2014 Education Business Partnership Pre-employment programmes for college students studying health and social care related subjects rolling out at Sussex Partnership Trust, Frimley Park and Western Sussex from October 2014 12 organisations across KSS involved in Certificate of Fundamental Care Pilot which will be evaluated from September onwards. Looking to nationally roll out from April 2015 On target to achieve 549 apprenticeship starts in 14/15 across KSS. Developing rotational apprenticeships across health and social care to roll out from October/November 2014 Simulation Technician Apprenticeship pilot rolling out November 2014 Future Work • • • • • • • • • • • • • Rolling out a total of 24 Careers Advice Workshops Initiate 2 more Princes Trust programmes in 14/15 Develop 4 more Education Business Partnership Pre-employment programmes Implementation of the Care Certificate across organisations in KSS Care Certificate E-learning Pilot Apprenticeship target of 1373 apprentice starts for 15/16 Pre-Nursing HCA Experience Pilot Increased development of Bands 1-4 workforce, including QCF qualifications Transition to Employment Programme Further development of Assistant Practitioner roles Career pathway development Routes into Higher Education Health and Social Care Hub Model Any Questions?