Key information


Cohort Dates

Cohort 28
Residential 1 (4 days) 28 – 31 January 2020
Residential 2 (3 days) 1 – 3 April 2020
Residential 3 (3 days) 6 – 8 July 2020
Residential 4 (2 days) 7 – 8 September 2020

 

Cohort 29
Residential 1 (4 days) 11 – 14 February 2020
Residential 2 (3 days) 7 – 9 April 2020
Residential 3 (3 days) 13 – 15 July 2020
Residential 4 (2 days) 15 – 16 September 2020

 

Cohort 30
Residential 1 (4 days) 18 – 21 February 2020
Residential 2 (3 days) 15 – 17 April 2020
Residential 3 (3 days) 27 – 29 July 2020
Residential 4 (2 days) 28 – 29 September 2020

 

Cohort 31
Residential 1 (4 days) 25 – 28 February 2020
Residential 2 (3 days) 4 – 6 May 2020
Residential 3 (3 days) 5 – 7 August 2020
Residential 4 (2 days) 5 – 6 October 2020

Registered healthcare professionals (clinicians) and those working in the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the national health and care arm’s length bodies will benefit from additional learning elements specific to their roles. This will include:

Date For registered health professionals (clinicians) For those working in the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the national health and care arm’s length bodies
7 January 2020, Leeds
or
8 January 2020, London
Orientation day – to introduce the connecting experience and cross sector organisational visits.
12 March 2020, London
or
19 March 2020, London
National Systems Leadership – learning with DHSC/ALB leaders. Learning outcomes will be designed around developing a strategic national perspective, systems-first mindset and connecting the system.
14 May 2020, 3 June 2020,
4 June 2020,
Leeds/ London (TBC)
Wider public sector leadership masterclass – participants will be given the opportunity to engage with and learn from senior leaders from across the public service system.
May – June 2020 Cross sector organisational visits (System Leadership in Action) – participants will spend time observing and exploring leadership challenges and perspectives with other leaders.
August – September 2020 NHS Operating Board game – a fully immersive whole day simulation providing deep insights into operational and financial management within a system context.
August 2020 (TBC) Participants will have up to 6 months after the end of the programme to complete Connecting experience – self-organised work experience providing an opportunity for participants to learn from and engage with, other organisations and sectors at a national and local level by exchanging and learning from other organisations and sectors.
13 October 2020, London Stepping up to the Board (National DHSC/ALB Masterclass). A one-day masterclass providing an opportunity for the national aspiring directors to spend time thinking about ‘what next’ in their careers.
November 2020 Learning with Leaders 3 – Participants will be given the opportunity to learn from clinicians who have transitioned into senior leadership.
The connecting experience will begin later in the programme and participants will have up to 6 months after the end of the programme to complete Connecting experience – self-organised, minimum of 10 days’ work experience providing an opportunity for participants to learn from, and engage with other organisations and sectors at the national and local level.

 

Ongoing – throughout the programme and beyond Career coaching, support and guidance.
Ongoing – throughout the programme and beyond Mentoring from Chief Executives and other senior leaders.

If you are a registered healthcare professional working in the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the national health and care arm’s length bodies, please contact us [email protected] or 0113 322 5699.

 


Costs

The Nye Bevan programme cost per person is £4,500. Fully inclusive of all accommodation, tuition and access to the online virtual campus.

For those working in the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and the national health and care arm’s length bodies, the total cost for the programme including the additional learning elements is £6,500.

For registered healthcare professionals (clinicians), the additional learning elements will be fully funded. The total cost of the programme with the additional learning elements is £4,500. This is due to the under-representation of clinicians in senior leadership positions and the ambitions of the NHS Long Term Plan to support more senior clinicians take on these roles, supporting their transition from professional leadership to corporate executive leadership.

For those working outside of health and care please contact us to discuss your eligibility to apply and costs on 0113 322 5699 or by emailing [email protected]


We now have a bursary scheme to support talented applicants who are from groups under-represented at senior leadership levels and whom, without the bursary, would otherwise miss out on opportunities to access the excellent quality professional leadership programmes that the Academy offer.

Bursary information

Programme investment

The investment goes directly back into the NHS, through your development, ensuring that all healthcare staff become the best leaders they can possibly be – to ultimately make a real and improved difference to patient experience and care. The Academy’s decision to introduce a charging model for some of our offers is key in establishing longer term sustainability of leadership development within the system.