Delivery of Autism Train the Trainer Training for All Age Mental Health JUST CLOSED
Training Programme: Development and Delivery of Autism Train the Trainer Training for All Age Mental Health Inpatient and Community Settings and Expansion to Secure Welfare, Youth Justice and Residential Schools
Health Education England (HEE) is part of the NHS and it exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England. This is by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place.
Autism is highlighted in the NHS Long-Term Plan (LTP), as a priority of the future workforce and training of the workforce is required to deliver safe and effective services.
The care experienced by many autistic people in mental health inpatient and community mental health provision has been well documented by CQC in multiple reports and inspections - and there has been a recurring theme when the care hasn't been provided to the required standard, that this is contributed to by staff without the relevant skills of expertise of working with autistic people.
To address these quality issues, funding is being made available to enable specialist training.
Further information relating to this project can be found at HEE's e-tendering portal at the link below. All clarification questions and submission bids must be received via this portal only. Registration is free of charge.
Tender categories (products & services required)
Education and training services (CPV 80000000)
North East (UKC)
Health Education England