Public Health Practitioner Workforce Development Programme
Yorkshire and Humber UKPHR Practitioner Registration Scheme 2024 - Applications OpenDeadline: Friday 23rd February 2024
Verifiers required for the Yorkshire & Humber UKPHR Scheme 2024 - Apply here
Practitioner Mentors required for the Yorkshire & Humber UKPHR Scheme 2024 - Apply here
The Public Health Practitioner Workforce Development Programme, Yorkshire and the Humber
A collaborative partnership has been established between NHS England, University of Leeds and the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) & UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) Y&H to offer a structured programme of development for Public Health workers in the region.
The programme offers:
If you would like find out more about the PH Practitioner Workforce Development Programme, please email PHPPYH@leeds.ac.uk with your request.
Public Health Practitioner
'Public Health Practitioners' are key members of our public health workforce and have a great influence on the health and wellbeing of individuals, groups, communities and populations. They work across the full breadth of public health; from health improvement and health protection to health information, community development and nutrition.
The term ‘Public Health Practitioner’ is usually designed to describe a level of practice, not a specific job role or type of job. In general terms a Practitioner will have 3 years plus of practice at AfC band 5 and above, Skills for Health levels 5-7.
For information on eligibility and applications to volunteer as verifier, assessor or mentor for the Y&H Scheme, please click here