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Workforce Strategy Sarah Elliott Director of Service Delivery Poole PCT Chair Poole Multi agency Workforce Planning/Workforce Development Group What I intend to cover Brief overview of National Workforce Strategy Developing your local strategy The Poole Workforce Planning experience! Developing a multi agency leadership development programme Over to you! What sort of a workforce do we want? Competent and One that can work confident better in multi People aspire to be professional teams part of and want to One that has remain in – where coherent career they can develop pathways that their skills and build enable staff to satisfying and progress within and rewarding careers across sectors Parents, carers, children and young people trust and respect. Key components of the national strategy Recruitment Development and retention Strengthening inter agency and multi professional working Workforce remodelling Strong leadership and supervision Developing your local strategy Needs to be part of wider planning process- Children and Young People’s Plan Need involvement of all sectors including voluntary/community groups Active participation of children , young people and parents Needs to take into account demographic and diversity picture Form multi agency group reflecting Every Child Matters 5 outcomes Involve children, young Consult with partners Collate workforce data people and parents Analysis of data and input from CYPP Agree priorities and draft Workforce Plan Communicate Plan Common Core of skills and knowledge Effective communication and engagement Child and young person development Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the child Supporting transitions Multi-agency working Sharing information Related Frameworks to Workforce Development Common assessment framework Core Induction Standards Lead Professional Multi agency working About Poole Population of 137900 32400 0-19 year s Urban Unitary Authority Local Area Agreement Children’s Services Governance Board Wide disparity in child deprivation index Workforce Data Received Sector Organisation/Department Social Services Children and Families Education Schools Pupil, Parent and Youth Services Schools Advice and Support Health Poole Hospital NHS Trust Poole PCT Police Child Protection Voluntary and Home Start Independent Sure Start YADAS Quay Advice Connexions Key Roles/Professionals Category Role Medical Staff General Practitioner Paediatric Consultant Specialist/Registrar Senior House Officer Nursing Staff Health Visitors School Nurse Nurse (Paediatric) Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse Education Facilitator Therapy Staff Education Psychologist Community Dietician Physiotherapist Occupational Therapist Social Work Senior Practitioner Staff Social Worker Education Welfare Officer Key Roles/Professionals Category Role Teaching and Teacher Advisor Staff Teaching Assistant Advisor SASS Consultant/Advisory Teacher Support Staff Physiotherapist Assistant Nursery Nurse (Community and School Health) Play Assistant/Specialist Family Support Worker Youth Worker Portage/SEN Connexions Support Worker Management Service/Senior/Area Manager and Team Leaders/Manager Administration Advisor Health Visitor/Team Assistant Admin/Clerical/Reception Snapshot October 2005 Role Headcount WTE Primary Care Nurse 83 56.9 Primary Care Support Worker 20 11.3 General Practitioner 102 95.0 Hospital Nurse – Child Health Department 106 82.7 Hospital Nursing Assistant – Child Health 34 24.5 Hospital Registrar/Consultant 8 7.1 Teacher/Head Teacher 757 697.7 Teaching Assistant 454 201.8 Age Profile-Numbers Organisation/Sector < 30 31 - 40 41 - 50 51 - 60 > 60 Total Poole PCT 6 28 37 23 7 101 Poole Hospital 40 59 76 33 6 214 Schools 307 569 844 591 99 2410 SASS 9 7 19 20 1 56 Pupil Parent & Youth 40 41 45 57 6 198 Social Services 45 61 55 45 6 212 Age Profile by % 40 35 30 PCT 25 Hospital 20 Schools SASS 15 Pup/Par 10 Soc Sev 5 0 <30 31-40 41-50 51-60 >60 Gender Profile Organisation/Sector Male % Female % Poole PCT 0.0 100.0 Poole Hospital 9.0 91.0 Schools 15.9 84.1 SASS 26.8 73.2 Pupil Parent and Youth 14.6 85.4 Social Services 16.0 84.0 Connexions 8.3 91.7 TOTAL 15.0 85.0 Ethnicity White British % Poole Population 95.6 Social Services 93.9 Education 92.1 Health 93.4 What else did we collect? Location of staff vis a vis areas of need Vacancy rates Competencies Pay scales How is data being used To plan recruitment campaigns Estates strategy/location of Children’s Centres Joint training Planning for generic roles Some Useful Lessons! Be clear on objectives for workforce planning data Keep it simple at the beginning Don’t worry if data collected in different forms Some useful resources Sector Skills Council Workforce Planning Toolkit Children’s Workforce Development Council NHS Workforce Review Team www.healthcareworkforce.org.uk National Remodelling Team Workforce planning toolkit Championing Children Leadership Development Recognition that workforce change needs to be led by competent and confident managers Complex environment in which to lead and manage Need to “grow” leaders of the future to manage integrated services No existing multi agency leadership development programme locally Leadership Development Co ordinated by Multi agency Workforce Planning/Development Group Specification prepared and based on “Championing Children” Cross section of potential providers sought to submit proposal Systems Solutions short listed Leadership Development Pilot programme March 2006 3 day programme followed up with Action Learning Set 20 Managers/Team Leaders from across health, social services, education, community/voluntary groups And when you have finished your strategy!
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