Useful Links and Resources

  • The Health and Social Care Review (Messenger Review, 2022) focuses on strengthening leadership and management across health, with key interfaces with adult social care in England. This review has now been completed; with seven key recommendations.
  • CIPD Talent Management Factsheet
Early Career Resources

Apprenticeships: NHS Leadership Academy is working with apprenticeship providers to offer access to our leadership development programmes as part of apprenticeships. For more information follow this link.

NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme: offers you the opportunity to develop into a future leader in one of our specialisms including management, human resources, finance, policy and data analytics. Our trainees work in a range of organisations and types of services. You could be improving patient care in a busy hospital department or developing better ways of using data to improve key services as part of an office-based team. You will face challenges and enjoy success on a scheme where no two days are the same. This could be the start of an amazing journey. For more information follow this link

Edward Jenner Programme: Want to get ready for your first leadership or management role? The Edward Jenner programme will build your foundation-level leadership skills. For more information follow this link

Mary Seacole Programme: If you’re in your first leadership role, the Mary Seacole programme will develop your knowledge and skills in leadership and management. For more information follow this link

Mid Career Resources

Rosalind Franklin Programme: For mid-level leaders aspiring to lead large and complex programmes, departments, services or systems. For more information follow this link

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Programme: For middle to senior leaders, this programme will help you challenge the status quo, drive lasting change and prepare for senior roles. For more information follow this link

Senior Leader Resources

Nye Bevan Programme: If you’re a senior leader who wants to move into a board role, the Nye Bevan programme will help you develop the skills attitudes and behaviours you need to succeed. For more information follow this link