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Well the closing date has now past for entries into this years award. This year we have the most entries ever with 19 nominations. The judging panel are due to meet on 7th February in London when they will pick the three winners. The winner will recieve a personalised glass trophy and £400 the first runer up will receive £200 and second runner up will receive £100. All three winners will also receive free entry to the BAPO 2013 Conference at Telford where the winners will be presented with their prizes. So if your phone rings next Thursday it could be a member of the juding panel with some great news.
We have listed a new job advert for Orthotic Technicians required by TayCare.
Please click on the Careers tab and then the Vacancies tab.
You can apply for these post directly from the web site.
Each year Algeos hold out annual Orthotic Technicians football tournament. This year the event will be held in Liverpool on Saturday the 7th of July 2012.
The Orthotic Technicians Cup is a 5-a-side football competition which takes place annually in the UK. The event provides an excellent opportunity for professionally related companies to meet up on a unique social level and every year has proven to be huge success!
The location of the event changes each year, past locations have included Newcastle, Blackpool and Sheffield. The number of teams who take part in the competition vary year to year, but usually 10-12 teams take part.
The competition can be entered by any company or organisation in the O&P or Podiatry sectors, all we ask is that you enter your team early so we can plan ahead for the event.
To enter a team, please contact Francis Barrett at email@example.com
Closing date for team entries is Friday 9th of June 2012.
The AHP Career Fellowship Scheme exists to support learning and development opportunities for the benefit of the AHP workforce across NHSScotland.
The AHP Career Fellowship Scheme welcomes individual or team applications and is open from 10th April to 16th May 2012.
Guidance notes have been prepared to support the application process and Frequently Asked Questions have been produced to provide guidance on the Fellowship Scheme.
Further information on applying for funding can be found at Application Information.
The priority categories for 2012/13 continue to be AHP Support Workers and Assistant Practitioners. This includes prioritising applications from support staff as well as applications that will be for the direct benefit of support staff. Applications outwith the above categories will also be considered.
Following consultation with the NES Advisory Fora and members of the Career Fellowship Steering Group the following areas have been recommended as of high importance to NHSScotland.
Career Framework – level 2 support worker, level 3 senior support worker and level 4 assistant practitioners.
Skills including workforce analysis, measuring impact, research, service re-design, health promotion and communication
Care settings including early years services, dementia services, diabetes, dysphagia, chest and abdomen reporting, mental health in mainstream health settings, transitions for children moving to adult long term care services, supporting War Veterans experiencing complex trauma and need for prosthetics services, musculoskeletal advanced practice and delivering AHP services in the prison setting.
If you are considering applying for funding to undertake an HNC, further information regarding course content can be found at AHP Careers.
If you have any queries, please contact the AHP Careers Fellowship Scheme Project Team at firstname.lastname@example.org