How you will learn
Delivery of the programme is through a combination of four face-to-face experiential residential workshops (currently delivered virtually), up to seven self-managed learning sets, and online learning via our state-of-the-art virtual campus. Includes mandatory written assignments and presentations.
Time commitment is approximately 15 hours per week for 12 months.
Built around self-managed learning and peer assessment, you will need to include others as active contributors in your learning and demonstrate how behaviours develop and change positively over the period of the programme. You will need to work across systems, forming alliances and collaborating across boundaries. You will need to demonstrate your knowledge and practice of how structures, systems and behaviours contribute to equity and inequities for NHS patients and staff, and you will also need to understand your own biases, blind spots and beliefs and be able to understand power dynamics and how you use your own personal power.
For detailed information on programme structure click here.
The Nye Bevan programme cost per person is £4,500. Fully inclusive of all tuition, facilitation and access to the online virtual campus. Currently delivered virtually but will also include accommodation and catering if in-person delivery commences.
For those working outside of health and care, please contact us to discuss your eligibility to apply and costs on 0113 322 5699 or by emailing [email protected]
We have a bursary scheme to support talented applicants from groups under-represented at senior leadership levels. We support those who, without financial help, would miss out on the opportunity to access the excellent quality professional leadership programmes that the Academy offers. Find out more about our bursary scheme.
- Build a powerful, regional and national support network of like-minded, influential leaders
- Work more strategically with greater collaboration across organisations and systems of care
- Make immediate, positive changes in your health and care organisations to provide better services, increase patient outcomes and experiences, improve staff engagement and morale
- Improve your personal impact to help drive progress to build and lead a culture of inclusive, patient-centred, compassionate care
- Graduate with the highly sought-after NHS Leadership Academy Award in Executive Healthcare Leadership, evidencing clear improvement of inclusive and compassionate leadership skills and behaviours as well as improving your career prospects and helping to accelerate you into executive roles
Organisations will benefit from supporting their senior leaders to participate in the Nye Bevan programme through:
- Investing to improve recruitment and retention, reducing costs with interim roles and vacancies at executive levels and the associated drops in productivity
- Increasing the number of inspiring and innovative executive leaders in the organisation’s talent pipeline for better succession planning
- Participants tackling real workplace issues, reflecting what is needed at board level to promote safe, high-performing, and continuously improving organisations
- Improved leadership practice having a greater positive impact on organisational culture, and inclusive, patient-centred, compassionate care
- Creating a pipeline of clinical and non-clinical talent ready to take on executive director positions
How to apply
To apply for the Nye Bevan Programme, you will need to provide your details and a personal and supporting statement (1,000 words). If you do not already have an Academy ID (previously known as an NHSX ID) please register a profile prior to completing an application form.
To apply for this programme, please fill in our application form here.
Please check that you are available to attend all workshops before selecting your preferred cohort. Early application is encouraged as cohorts will close when they are at maximum capacity. Applications for intake of the programme will be open from 26 August 2022.
|Workshop||Cohort 37||Cohort 38||Duration|
|Knowing yourself and others||24-27 January 2023||31 January – 3 February 2023||4 days|
|Broadening horizons||18-20 April 2023||25-27 April 2023||3 days|
|Making the case for change||4-6 July 2023||11-13 July 2023||3 days|
|Viva||19-20 September 2023||26-27 September 2023||2 days|