Framework feature National Workforce Programme Roslyn Hope Director NIMHE National Workforce Programme John Allcock Deputy Director NIMHE National Workforce Programme developing a functional map as the ﬁrst step to The purpose of this article is to describe the role of producing an agreed set of national occupational the National Institute for Mental Health (England) standards for all staff working in mental health (NIMHE) in the context of its national workforce services across all ages programme around recruitment and retention, determining a single agreed set of the education and training, skill mix, and workforce knowledge, skills and attitudes required by the design and development. mental health practitioner workforce to deliver each of the NSF standards to consider the skill mix solutions required to Background provide an adequate workforce The genesis of the work of the national workforce recruiting more professionally non-affiliated programme lies in the National Service Framework for people into the workforce Mental Health (NSF) where, perhaps for the very ﬁrst the development of a range of models for time in a government policy statement, the need for a assessing the potential numbers and mix of staff series of underpinning programmes was articulated as required to deliver the NSF
Mental Health Review Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jun 1, 2003
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