At the NHS Leadership Academy North East and Yorkshire, we believe that the continuous development of leaders and managers can improve health services for patients and communities. We expect the associates who work with us to conduct their business in a manner consistent with the values and spirit of our own organisation.
Our Associate Guidelines clearly articulate specific minimum standards for all associates who work with us and set out what you can expect in return. Please read the Associate Guidelines document for full details. The key points are summarised below.
We believe that by implementing these guidelines, the Academy and our associates can work together as role models and champions of leadership, who deliver high quality, value for money leadership development opportunities, which are unavailable elsewhere in the NHS.
As an associate you will:
Agree sub-contracting in advance
Agree specific venue/equipment requirements in advance
Agree travel and expenses in advance
Avoid any conflict of interest
Understand course material intellectual property ownership
Provide course information 10 working days before event and delegate materials five working days prior
Maintain relevant insurances
Notify us no later than 24 hours in advance of any cancellation/sickness (and make alternative arrangements)
Be aware that all courses/events may be evaluated for quality
To help you deliver we will:
Provide a scheme of work and invoicing schedule to help us to pay you
Allocate you a named Academy representative to work with you throughout the contracting process
Aim to resolve issues through open dialogue in the unlikely event of a conflict
Download and read the Associate Guidelines document for full details.
Our values & behaviours
To help you work consistently with our values, please be aware of the:
Other supporting materials