Health Education England are proud to extend their programme to applicants from the South of England.
Developing people for health and healthcare
Eligible Candidates: NHS Directors or Deputy/ Assistant Directors of Nursing and Midwifery in the South of England.
The Florence Nightingale Foundation and Health Education England are pleased to announce a 6-day Systems Leadership Programme to begin in February 2019. This exciting, fully funded, programme will be delivered in partnership with the Kings Fund, Eden & Partners and Windsor Leadership. Open for Directors or Deputy / Assistant Directors of Nursing and Midwifery working across the South Region of Health Education England including; • Kent, Surrey and Sussex • South West (Peninsula) • South West (Severn) • Thames Valley • Wessex The introduction of more collaborative ways of working such as Sustainability and Transformation Plans and Multiple Care Alliances require a new approach to system leadership, bringing people together across a range of organisations to facilitate optimal care for a local population. This bespoke FNF & HEE Leadership Programme provides education and networking opportunity for senior and executive nurses with an aim on preparing confidence and competence in order to build collaborative leadership across the region and throughout the sector.
Kings Fund Module 1 – Delivered by Senior Leadership and OD Consultants, The King’s Fund 5th and 6th February 2019 2-day residential programme at FNF offices, Kings Fund, London Hotel accommodation will booked by FNF and will be in central London. Out and About in Westminster Module 2 – Delivered by Eden & Partners 13th March 2019 1-day programme Politics, policy making and decisions by politicians, local and national affect us all, both personally and professionally. Never has now been more important for professionals to ensure politicians understand the impact of their decisions on healthcare. This day is designed to help you understand how Government works and includes a visit to the Houses of Parliament. Windsor Leadership Module 3 – Delivered by Windsor Leadership Senior Facilitators 12th – 13th June 2019 2-day residential programme. This programme will provide an experience-led development programme at Windsor castle. The programme will focus on facilitated learning in a peer-to-peer environment. You will be challenged to think differently, explore their own leadership style and consider the wider impact of your leadership. Residential accommodation is within Windsor castle. Kings Fund Module 4 – Delivered by Senior Leadership and OD Consultants, The Kings Fund 9th July 2019 1-day programme at FNF offices, Kings Fund, London
NHS Directors or Deputy/ Assistant Directors of Nursing & Midwifery in the South of England. Limited spaces are available (max. 12 per cohort).
Applications are now closed. 1st October 2018 – Applications Open 11th November 2018 – Application Close 3rd and 14th December 2018 – Interviews (in central London)
What you will need to demonstrate in your application form and interview:
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