Planning the future workforce - social workforce apprenticeships

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Planning the future workforce - social workforce apprenticeships

  1. 1. Planning the future workforce:what are your ambitions for theapprentices workforce by 2017?Rhidian HughesHead of Social Carerhidian.hughes@cfwi.org.ukJane EvansSocial Care Specialistjane.evans@cfwi.org.ukwww.cfwi.org.uk
  2. 2. Today’s session• Share: key messages from policy and research• Showcase: the supply and demand model• Discuss: what are your ambitions for theapprentices workforce by 2017?
  3. 3. Apprentices: a major priority• Apprentices a key workforce group in Caring for our future:“train more care workers to deliver high-quality care,including an ambition to double the number of careapprenticeships to 100,000 by 2017”• Government to work with Skills for Care and NationalApprentices Service• CfWI’s role to support planning the workforce –a partnership approach working across the sector
  4. 4. Our approach• Literature review with Bucks New University• New questions included in theNCF personnel survey andpay and conditions survey• Forecasting the future:a supply and demand model
  5. 5. The big pictureDramatic increase in the number of starts on thehealth and social care frameworkNumber of apprenticeship starts on the healthand social care framework since 2002/03
  6. 6. The big pictureGrowing ‘success’ rates on the health andsocial care framework0.0%10.0%20.0%30.0%40.0%50.0%60.0%70.0%80.0%90.0%2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11SuccessrateAchievement yearApprenticeship success ratesHealth and social careAll apprenticeshipsApprenticeship achievement rates since 2004/05
  7. 7. What NCF members told usNCF Spring Personnel Survey:• Of 27 detailed responses, 18 (67%) have an in-houseapprenticeship programme or are actively consideringor developing one• 9 (33%) were not planning a programmeNCF Pay, Terms and Conditions survey• 29 of 48 organisations reported active apprenticeshipprogrammes for a range of rolesApprenticeship programme Number of organisations involvedCare and support 23Office support and administration 9Kitchen skills and catering 2Housing and maintenance 2Activities 1Responses to the NCF Pay, Terms and Conditions SurveyIn apprenticeship design stage only 2
  8. 8. Building a supply and demand model
  9. 9. What are your ambitions for theapprentices workforce by 2017?

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