Health Education East of England (HEEoE) is the Local Education and Training Board that covers Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex. Formally Established on 1 April 2013 as a subcommittee of Health Education England, HEEoE's aim is to ensure the security of workforce supply and continuously to improve the quality of education, training and development in the east of England. We also aim to enable the health and care workforce to respond effectively to the needs of patients, carers and families.
Rowena Harvey, Health Education East of England’s Locality Lead for the Health Visiting Programme, has been awarded a major honour by being made a Fellow of the Institute of Health Visiting (FiHV). Rowena (pictured) is on secondment at HEEoE supporting the development of health visiting across the east of England, and also works as the Professional Lead for health […]
The Shape of Caring Review will ensure nurses and care staff receive high quality education and training to meet the needs of the population as care patterns and delivery changes over the next 15 years. The review needs to answer important questions around what we all need to do to future-proof the workforce and equip […]
Health Education East of England is delighted to announce that the Talent for Care project to develop a single national framework for the development of NHS support staff, has been shortlisted for this year’s HSJ Awards. Kirk Lower, National Project Lead, is thrilled at the news: “Being shortlisted is a huge testament to the brilliant […]