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In this task I will explain the role workforce development has in the health sector.Workforce development is about supporting staff, volunteers and trustees, as individuals and in teams, and helping them to gain and improve their skills, knowledge and und

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P5- In this task I will explain the role of workforce development has in the health sector. I will first and mostly state what the Workforce Development is, and then I will continue by talking about the importance of the Workforce development and the help it brings to employers and the benefit it gives to employees. But also how it benefits children in schools and nurseries. What is workforce development? Workforce development is about supporting staff, volunteers and trustees, as individuals and in teams, and helping them to gain and improve their skills, knowledge and understanding in order to do their jobs well and continually improve the services they deliver. ...read more.

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� Provide better quality services to the communities and individuals involved. � Meet the expectations of funders in terms of quality and effectiveness � Value employees, volunteers and trustees through opportunities for personal development. Workforce development is good practice and improves quality. Workforce is a good way to ensure that children and young people achieve the five Every Child Matters outcomes, it is vital to have a children's workforce that is skilled, well-led and supported by effective, shared systems and processes. People in different parts of the workforce need to be able to work well together across institutional and professional boundaries, focused around the needs of the child and young person. ...read more.

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Source: http://www.ncvys.org.uk/UserFiles/File/Workforce%20Development/Why%20workforce%20development.pdf Accessed on the 29th/3/11 How does it help employers? Workforce development is very helpful to employers as it helps them provide the training for them and their staff to provide a good service for their client's users. It also helps them develop their organisation which in return meaning have a good image and reputation. It also a good way of protecting their organisation How workforce development does benefits employees? Workforce development can also benefit employees as they get new knowledge and skills which they can also use later in other work settings. Another benefit is that they also get to improve their techniques and ways of working with service users. ?? ?? ?? ?? P5 Unit 18: Working in the health sector. ...read more.

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