Collaborative working to transform the workforce in health, care and other sectors in order to meet the future challenges for mental health and wellbeing at work
We work collaboratively across a variety of workstreams to transform the workforce in health, care and other sectors, and in order to meet the future challenges for mental health and wellbeing at work. We do this as an education provider under the Health Education England Workforce Development partnership.
We also work with employers across the health, social work, social care, forensic and voluntary sectors to devise and deliver effective and engaging training programmes that meet their workforce capability needs.
Bespoke training for your team
Flexibility and customisation are the key features of our course delivery. Depending on the needs of your organisation, we can design courses from scratch to meet the training demands of your workforce
We offer a broad range of short courses and events that deliver high-quality learning experiences to support the continuing professional development of your workforce
Digital Academy courses
If you’re looking for a way to efficiently upscale professional development for members of staff within your organisation, our flexible online courses may be just what you’re looking for
Higher postgraduate training in child and adolescent psychiatry, medical psychotherapy and forensic psychotherapy to doctors who have completed core training in psychiatry
Our specialist consultancy business, we work below the surface to tackle the hard to reach issues that are limiting the performance of organisations, teams and leaders across all sectors.
Add | Wellbeing
We work with organisations to assess, design and deliver bespoke mental health support – employing a ‘whole system’ approach to offer in-depth insights, and facilitate long-term cultural change
National Workforce Skills Development Unit
We ensure that those who work in mental healthcare and learning disability healthcare are valued, developed and sustained so that everyone can fulfill their potential to impact positively on the health of the people we serve
Throughout its history, the Tavistock and Portman has been open to the world and recognises the importance of cross-cultural exchange in the development of mental health theory and practice
A competency framework for perinatal mental health
We worked in partnership with Health Education England to develop a competency framework for perinatal mental health care skills to support all professionals working with mothers and families, from preconception until 1 year postnatal
Practice supervisor development programme
Aiming to provide high-quality continuous professional development to up to 700 social workers taking up their first role in which they are responsible for supporting and developing the practice of others
Health Education England workforce development partnership
We deliver training to staff in Trusts and Hospices across London.