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LED

Cardiff and Vale University Health Board is an organisation that promotes being a Great Place to Work and Learn. The University Hospital Wales have a new Education facility on campus which hosts the Learning Education and Development Department (LED). 

LED deliver a range of training for clinical and non-clinical staff. We hope you enjoy your learning experiences!

Induction and Statutory and Mandatory Training


As an employee you will have a full induction programme which will incorporate all 13 core skills mandatory and statutory training .  The 13 elements can be completed online on ESR and there is an IT suite available for easy access within the LED Department.

The Learning Education and Development (LED) Department delivers a tutor led 1/2 day Corporate Induction Programme which is suitable for all new employees joining the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB). Invitation letters are circulated to newly appointed staff to their home address and Line Managers are required to release staff to attend this Induction event

Values Based Appraisal

All staff must have (as a minimum) an annual Values Based Appraisal meeting.   

  • Values Based Appraisal is for everyone and is a focussed conversation around development and recordable outcomes for staff.  Your appraisal should cover the development you need, the value you bring, and the position(s) that best suits your skill now and into the future.

An outcome of the VBA meeting should be, agreed work objectives or performance expectations which relate to the UHB's strategic objectives. The VBA meeting is also linked to the pay progression as set out in the NHS Wales Pay Progression Policy. You can find out more on the VBA and Pay Progression Toolkit page.

The LED team play an important role in co-ordinating the VBR process and providing training to ensure that VBAs are meaningful and assist you with in meeting your personal and professional objectives, and your career pathway.

Training opportunities

Within LED there is a full prospectus of opportunities for you, ranging from clinical skills, leadership, service improvement methodology, and customer care to state only a few. Further information about these services can be found on the Your Development section of the Workforce and OD Internet Pages.   There is also information available there about team based working, library services and apprenticeships

The Learning, Education & Development (LED) Team  - email

 

Amelia Clark, Educational Information Administrator

Anwen Howells, LED Facilitator - Leadership & Management Development

Carrie Bodman, Nurse Education Project Co-ordinator

Ceri Butler, Head of LED

Ceri Johnson, Practice Facilitator

Chloe Knott, Administrative Assistant

Chris Ramshaw, Administrative Assistant

Claire Digby, Practice Facilitator

Emma Bendle, Apprenticeship & Widening Access Co-ordinator

Emma Thomas, Senior Manager Leadership, Management & Development

Ffion Jenkins, LED Manager Clinical Skills

Julie Scott, Educational Information Administrator

Laura Beynon, Practice Facilitator

Lisa Franklin, Senior Nurse Nurse Education

Lisa Frew, Practice Facilitator

Liz Vaughan, LED Facilitator Clinical Skills

Mel Jones, LED Manager

Nicola Giles, Administrative Support

Nicky Punter, LED Assistant Manager

Rachel Rushforth, LED Manager - Healthcare Support Worker Development 

Rebecca Corbin, LED Manager

Robert Ledsam, Practice Educator

Suzanne Gardner, Apprenticeship & Widening Access Administrator

Venetia Yarr, Lead Practice Facilitator                             

Violet Thomas, LED Manager Healthcare Support Worker Development

VACANCY, LED Facilitator Leadership & Management Development

 

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