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Premier Partnership Makes Strides in NHS Talking Therapies Conference
Premier Partnership helped make a significant impact at the recent National Employment Advisers in NHS Talking Therapies Conference held in Birmingham last month. The event saw the participation of key figures in the field, with Premier’s Qualifications Head of Centre, Rebecca Dyson, taking the stage to address attendees on the array of assessment qualifications available through Premier.
The audience comprised Employment Advisers (EAs) engaged in the Talking Therapies qualification, their Senior EAs - who either have or are pursuing Premier's CAVA qualification - and Clinical Leads.
Rebecca’s presentation was complemented by Ajay Maisuria, a Senior Employment Adviser at Vita Health Group, an integral member of the working group and also enrolled in CAVA training, and Sarah Hattersley, SFJ Awards' Business Development Officer.
Following the session, the event garnered positive feedback, with attendees describing the presentations as "inspirational, concise, and informative," praising the content, speakers, and relevance, and acknowledging the reassurance it provided in aligning their roles with national standards.
Premier Partnership's achievement of approved centre status by SFJ Awards earlier in the year marks a significant milestone. SFJ Awards, a leading not-for-profit awarding organization in the UK, is dedicated to endorsing institutions committed to delivering top-notch qualifications, thereby enriching job prospects for individuals across both public and private sectors.
SFJ Awards' reputation for providing high-quality qualifications and fostering skill development across various sectors resonates with Premier Partnership's mission. The organisation's focus on improving learning outcomes and addressing workforce needs aligns seamlessly with Premier's dedication to providing excellence in training and qualifications.
For individuals seeking more information on the range of qualifications available through Premier Partnership, including those endorsed by SFJ Awards, detailed information can be found HERE.
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