A team of specialist trainers who contribute to Kent's Public Health agenda by building the capacity of all those working to improve health and well-being through training and development.
This website will help you find university courses that deliver skills and knowledge relevant to levels 5, 6 and 7 of the Public Health Skills and Career Framework. The levels of the framework can be broadly linked to qualifications and training across the UK.
The PHORCaST website has been created to help recruit, retain and develop the careers of people working in public health (including health and wellbeing) at all levels, and working in all sectors. It provides people and organisations with a wide-ranging source of information about roles and careers in public health, and it provides advice about how to assess your current position and how you might develop your skills and knowledge through education and training.
The site is structured for those taking Faculty of Public Health membership exams, but also as an educational resource for anyone involved in healthcare and social wellbeing.
Solutions for Public Health formerly ‘Solutions for Health’. Includes workforce development.
Skills for Health is the Sector Skills Council (SSC) for the UK health sector. Our purpose is to help the whole sector develop solutions that deliver a skilled and flexible UK workforce in order to improve health and healthcare.
The UK Public Health Register provides public protection by ensuring that only competent public health professionals are registered and that high standards of practice are maintained
A rich source of generic guides and resource with the ability to download local tools and frameworks
Specifically designed to support those with a role in public health and wellbeing initiatives in a variety of settings.
The NHS Workforce Review Team (WRT) is a group of dedicated healthcare workforce planners who provide objective modelling, analysis and evidence-based recommendations in order to enable patient-centred and clinically driven strategic decision making across the healthcare workforce