We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with Daniel Owen Ltd to develop a COVID Site Supervisor training course, specifically for leaders and supervisors in the building and construction industry.
The course has been built on the recommendations from the Construction Leadership Council and will be delivered online. A fully certified course, delegates will receive full CPD credits on successful completion.
“The training is, in depth, clear and concise, the easy to use format with a test at the end of the video will ensure people listen and have a full understanding of what needs to be carried out on site to help protect operatives against Covid-19.
Very good.” Chris Seal MRICS MCIOB LCGI
To find out more and book onto the course please click here to register your interest.
The Health Services Journal recently published their Top Chief Executives list for 2019, an annual ranking of the pre-eminent leaders of NHS trusts. Healthskills is delighted to congratulate the outstanding leaders of the following trusts, all of which we have worked with previously or currently: Michael Wilson at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare Trust; Rob Webster at South West Yorkshire Partnership FT; Nick Hulme at East Suffolk and North Essex FT; Alwen Williams at Barts Health Trust; Tracy Bullock at Mid Cheshire Hospitals FT; Nick Carver at East and North Herts Trust; Garrett Emmerson at London Ambulance Service Trust; Andrew Ridley at Central London Community Healthcare Trust; Roland Sinker at Cambridge University Hospitals FT; Lesley Watts at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital FT and Owen Williams at Calderdale and Huddersfield FT. Well done to all!
What a great start to 2019! We are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted with Chelsea & Westminster Hospital FT (CWFT) in the ‘Best Educational Programme for the NHS’ 2019 HSJ Partnership Awards for the Leadership Development programme we delivered during 2018.
In partnership with the Learning and Development team at CWFT, the Executive team and focus groups, we designed an ‘Established Leaders Development Programme’ for strategic leaders including senior clinicians.
The Trust initially commissioned 3 cohorts of up to 20 leaders and following the success of the programme, cohorts 8 and 9 will commence in 2019.
We are thrilled that the achievements and hard work of the delivery teams and the participants have been recognised. Well done to all involved.