South Yorkshire Region Education and Careers (SYREC) exists to support care and support staff (CaSS), access quality assured education and training.
Our sector-leading programmes and services enhance the skills of the support workforce - who together comprise more than 40% of the country’s healthcare workers - helping to increase their effectiveness, create opportunities for skill development and give staff and managers the confidence to deliver a better standard of care.
Areas we cover: Sheffield, Barnsley, Rotherham, Doncaster, Bassetlaw
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Primary Care transformation focuses on the specific elements of the Primary Care transformation plan, which is already supported by the local workforce action board (LWAB), that focuses on Care and Support Staff (CaSS) roles. There is some clear overlap with the specific developments.
Project ECHO facilitates the delivery of a free and tailored programme of training and education direct from St Luke’s to multiple sites where there is a training and education need. This then creates a community of practice that supports service delivery, sharing of knowledge and support to staff in underserved areas.
The South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Faculty of Advanced Clinical Practice was formed in 2015 and is helping to bring about a coordinated and consistent approach to developing the clinical workforce.
This will ensure that we have the workforce we need (aligning to workforce plans). Initial activity will concentrate on identifying the current workforce activity by locality and organisation, the successes and challenges of these programmes in the engagement of the future workforce. This will progress to ensuring that we have the workforce we need by engaging with schools and colleges as well as supporting engagement programmes identified in the initial activity. This work needs scoping and mapping across organisations to share best practice.
Nursing associate is a new role within the nursing team. Nursing associates work with healthcare support workers and registered nurses to deliver care for patients and the public. It is also a stepping stone to becoming a registered nurse. (Health Careers, 2020).
Looking to improve your skills in literacy or numeracy, either in preparation for an apprenticeship or to become more confident in using language or working with numbers, either for work or personal development.