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  • Writer's pictureSteve O'Hare

Delivering workshops for the NHS will be a real thrill for many reasons

Updated: Feb 13, 2020

I am absolutely delighted to have secured the delivery of three training sessions with the biggest employer in the country.

Throughout February and March, I will be delivering Register of Apprenticeship Training Providers (RoATP) application workshops in partnerships with Health Education England and AELP.

A surgeon works in the NHS

The first one of those is on Thursday 14 February in Manchester and I am very much looking forward to it.

The NHS has been going since 1945 and employs close to one and a half million people.

It’s value to the country is immense and despite huge pressures, the people that work there continue to do an amazing job for us all.

This opportunity to deliver these workshops has come as result of the successful delivery of support sessions to AELP members over the past few months.

Deliver high quality

The three sessions that I will be hosting over the coming weeks in Manchester and London will support NHS organisations make successful applications to the RoATP enabling them to deliver high quality health and NHS related apprenticeship standards and frameworks.

To deliver apprenticeships in England, you have to be on the RoATP and the recent re-launch gives new providers the opportunity to apply to be on it.

Invitations for organisations already on the register to re-join will then come at various stages during 2019.

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