Building the Future with T Levels
The T Level Ambassador Network annual event ‘Building the Future with T Levels’ is taking place at Barnsley College on Wed, 30th March 2022.
The aims of the event are to embrace new ways of working and look to a new future post-pandemic, with a new leadership team for the Network.
You can find out more about the event and register here.
Registrations are now full for the NMC Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment Webinar, but you can register to view the recording and be sent the slides here
Student type Available Tariffs Expected learner outcome, Expectation of practice: Student Placements & Tariffs
*Funding for apprenticeships is not guaranteed for all future intakes, and we confirm available funding when we announce each intake. For more information, please contact [email protected]
- We recently hosted various virtual PARE training sessions, you can book onto a session directly here
How would you like to be involved in an innovative
and unique careers package, engaging and supporting
students within schools & colleges across Lancashire
& south Cumbria? Please see WEX Ambassador Flyer 02.11.21
Samantha Jefferies is the Project Manager for Lancashire & South Cumbria Training Hub, for the Clinical Placement Expansion Programme.
Sam works in partnership with the Five Training Hub Localities;
- Fylde, Wyre & Blackpool
- Greater Preston, Chorley & South Ribble
- Morecambe Bay
- Pennine Lancashire
- West Lancashire
Providing support to each Locality Training hub, Leads, Operation Managers, General Practice Education Facilitators (GPEFs – see below) and organisation Practice Education Facilitators (PEFs) in expanding clinical placements and ensuring the provisions are of a high quality multi-professional learning environment across the sectors.
This week all students participated in a pioneering pilot scheme developed by West Lancashire College and the Lancashire and South Cumbria Primary Care Training Hub aimed to increase knowledge of the wide ranging roles, responsibilities and holistic treatment of patients in the NHS.
– Second year students were trained by Yvonne Thompson, to become facilitators in the passing on of knowledge to year 1 students focusing on holistic care.
– Year 1 students then did an amazing job of presenting their findings.
Ex Standish Community High School Libby said “Today’s workshop was really interesting in learning about the depths of the healthcare services and how you have to look at the person as a whole and not just a symptom”
You make us proud!
Iain Hook from University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust said “”The group of Year 12 and 13 students from West Lancashire College were eloquent, well-mannered, thoughtful and enthusiastic about their learning. A real credit to themselves and the College.”
Thank you Yvonne, Iain and Sam.
North West Practice Education Group has been working on the development of an online presence to publicise the work completed and to provide a platform for the core work of the group – sharing best practice and supporting and sharing initiatives to improve quality.
The North West Practice Education Group site has launched with the first of a series of blogs promoting one of the projects which the group secured funding for, that is being led from the University of Salford – the NW educator project which will launch soon. This will provide a central development resource to support our practice partners in developing their skills to support our students… feed in into sustained CPD supported through the online network, this is supported by a YouTube channel which we can utilise to share webinar recordings.
We recently hosted our Webinar on A Persons Life Journey through Health and Social Care. View the recording below and download the powerpoint here.
The NHS Placement Charter must be visable in all practices, it has information for Students and Practice on. To view/download it click here.
We hosted the Student Placement Information Webinar on the 21st of April. If you missed it, please view the recording below:
The placements we offer include:
This placement has been developed in partnership with Primary Care, Social Care, Virgin Care 0-19 years, Student Quality Ambassadors, Patient Representatives, Edge Hill University, University of Central Lancashire, and University of Cumbria for Pre-Registration Nurses. This placement is a unique and innovative experience encompassing a ‘Person’s Life Journey through Health and Social Care’, underpinning the journey from birth to death. The student experience will include allocated time within all 3 sectors which allows the student to gain a holistic overview of the person, care they receive and services they access across their life journey.
These placements are for students who are allocated to a main placement area (hub) where they will spend the majority of their placement, but also visit associated placement areas (spokes) for shorter periods of time in other settings and with different clinicians within the same allocation period.
Standard placements is one placement where the student will remain for the whole allocated time period.
Please see Practices within each locality across Lancashire and South Cumbria. Download the full PowerPoint here