The next Health & Care Leaders Network is taking place on 12 April starting at 9.30am – 12.30pm, (refreshments from 9.00am). The venue is St George’s Centre.
We will be presenting an update on STP (Sustainability and Transformation Plan) delivery, and an overview on the 18 Local Care Partnerships (LCPs) being developed across the city, and impact to the third sector.
However, the main focus of the session will be Workforce, and we are delighted that Sue Ellis will be joining us to join us to talk about the work of the Leeds Health and Care Academy.
- The Academy aims to bring together the planning, co-ordination, resource and delivery of learning and development for staff working in health and care in the city, to enable all employees to learn together. The vision is to create a ‘One Leeds’ Workforce, with the best skills, to care for and empower the people of Leeds.
- The third sector has a place on the Health and Care Academy Board, where we are working alongside the delivery partners to ensure that the contribution of staff working in community bases is recognised and valued.
- The Health and Care Academy has several work streams – and we are hoping that there will be third sector representation on all of them!
There is currently an opportunity for more people to join the Health and Care Academy project team and we will let you how you can be part of this exciting piece of work. Although the expression of interest date has passed, the Health & Care Academy Project Team is keen to attract additional Workstream leads and Co-Production links from across the system – so this is a great chance for you as third sector leaders, to have an input.
Book your place
If you are able to attend, please let us know by emailing email@example.com or calling 0113 242 1321.
Future Leaders Network meetings are planned for 5 July and 4 October, so please save these dates in your diary.