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New elearning programme to support newly qualified AHPs

Hannah Denness, 14 December 2021
Step to Work Programme

Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked in partnership with Canterbury Christ Church University, Kent and Medway AHP Faculty and HEE to develop a new elearning programme to support newly qualified Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) transition to the workplace.

Step to Work aims to support AHPs – before they begin their transition from education to employment in health and social care settings – with guidance, support and practical tools to help them reflect on the knowledge they have already gained and how their experiences will help them in future roles.

Preceptorship programmes are provided by the NHS and other employers to help newly registered staff make sense of their new status but usually after they have begun work.

The programme consists of 8 sessions:

  • Positive appraisal of learning
  • Personal wellbeing at work
  • Characteristics of everyday work as an Allied Health Professional
  • Understanding the different systems that shape everyday work
  • Ethics, accountability and decision making
  • Developing and working in an inclusive environment
  • Building positive relationships with patients
  • Sustaining change and responsiveness

More information, including access details, is available on the Step to Work programme page.

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