About the Workforce Council
The Psychological Professions Workforce Council is the committee that provides strategic advisory intelligence, expertise and advice on the Psychological Professions workforce and education transformation across the region. It supports the development and delivery of safe, effective, and responsive psychological services across the region, ensuring that all of the East of England PPN activity aims to improve people’s access to and experience of psychological therapies and psychological models of service delivery.
Members work collaboratively, contributing their expertise to decision-making for the benefit of the whole East of England Psychological Professions Workforce, whilst also acting as a representative for their professional group or specialty to ensure a contribution from this professional perspective.
Whilst we are looking for members with strategic experience, networks and influence across systems / the region, we also welcome members relatively newly in their career and looking to develop their leadership experience
Professions we are seeking
The Council will meet quarterly. Members should attend a minimum of three out of the four meetings and send an agreed nominated deputy where they cannot attend. It is envisaged that meetings will take place remotely via MS Teams, although we may look to meet face-to-face in the future.
The confirmed dates for the meetings are:
To view our Terms of Reference, please click pdf here (249 KB)