NHS England workforce planning masterclass - an opportunity in London

CSP members based in London are being invited to take part in an NHSE workforce planning masterclass. 


The NHSE workforce planning masterclass programme provides a practical guide to sustainable and evidence-based workforce planning. The course will take you through the six-step workforce planning methodology from start to finish, using a robust process that, if followed thoroughly, will greatly increase your chance of successful implementation of your workforce plan.

Following a six-step methodology, the programme offers a clear offer of support, within a curriculum to ensure quality training, in tools and techniques that can be applied to real-life projects.

The programme is aimed at clinical and non-clinical staff with a specific workforce project, allowing you to apply your learning throughout the programme and supporting tangible workforce improvement.

Applicants are advised to apply within multi-professional groups of three to five representatives from those involved in the project.

The next cohorts are expected to run from May and June.


You are invited to find out more by joining one of two upcoming information webinars, which will be held on 20 February at 11-12 noon and on 7 March at 11-12 noon.

Please use this registration form to book your place on one of the two webinars. 

Alternatively, you can apply via the application portal which closes on 12 March. Please ensure you review the dates via the attachment below before applying.

Further information

Please see the links below to gain a further understanding of the structure and time commitment involved.

The Masterclass Trailer provides an idea of the learning style of this programme. Click HERE for access. 

We would like to know how you get on

If you are successful in gaining a place on the workshop, please let Catherine Chappell, CSP campaigns and regional engagement officer for London, know via email at chappellc@csp.org.uk 


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