A3: Work on the Wild Side; How can we address the rural workforce shortage?
Mr Patrick Williams
Dr James Hadlow
Professor Namita Kumar
Professor Adrian Brooke
- Give reasons for the current training and recruitment challenges faced by remote and rural organisations.
- Outline the success of existing programmes in supporting rural training environments and promoting them as places to work.
- Give employers a tool kit to consider how they can promote themselves and their organisations to staff.
Remote and rural locations face disproportionate staff challenges. This session builds on work done by the HEE on ‘Training in Smaller Places’ and Remote and Rural Working Group as part of the Distribution workstream in the Interim People Plan. The session will highlight problems, solutions and provide opportunity for discussion.
Session hosted by:
Health Education England
Educational management and leadership
Target audience group:
Target care sector:
Multi-professional education and training