The NHS has struggled to spend the apprenticeship levy with up to 70 per cent of the money it pays through this – around £200m a year – going unused, despite the best efforts of NHS organisations to access it.

The covid crisis has brought some human resource issues in the NHS to a head. Several months of working at 100 per cent has left some staff feeling demoralised and exhausted. Many managers share those feelings and have their own need for support even as they support those around them.

This HSJ webinar, sponsored by Corndel, will look at how the levy money can be used to support managers and rekindle their enthusiasm and passion to work in the NHS.

Already confirmed to speak – remotely – is Caroline Waterfield,  the director of development and employment at NHS Employers, part of the NHS Confederation and James Kelly, co-founder of Corndel. HSJ senior correspondent Annabelle Collins will chair the event and further speaker names will be confirmed in due course.

The event will take place on Thursday, 15 October from 10.30am-11.15am, with an on demand version made available subsequently. To register to watch live, or to have access to the recording, click here.

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