Welcome to

Health Education Thames Valley

We are the Local Education and Training Board (LETB) for the Thames Valley covering Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes and Oxfordshire. We are the local body responsible for planning the availability of all NHS healthcare staff across the Thames Valley. We are responsible for ensuring high quality education and training for doctors, dentists, nurses and all health professionals. We provide the right staff, in the right numbers, with the right skills, qualities and values to deliver great patient care.

Our vision is to ensure the delivery of effective workforce planning and excellent education and training to develop a highly capable, flexible and motivated workforce that delivers improvements in health for the population of Thames Valley.


Latest News

HETV board meeting 28 May 2015

Agenda HETV board meeting 28 May 2015 1. Welcome and apologies for absence – verbal 2. Declarations of interest – verbal 3. Minutes of previous meeting held 26 March 2015 4. Action tracker 5. Matters arising 6. i Chair’s update – verbal 6.ii Local Director’s report Items for discussion/decision 7. HETV Annual Review – presentation […]

Read more

Celebrating the Allied Health Professions – Leading Workforce Transformation conference

HETV welcomed over 80 delegates to its inaugural Allied Health Professionals – Leading Workforce Transformation conference in High Wycombe on Thursday 30 April.   Allied Health Professionals is the term for all those wider regulated professions distinct from nursing, medicine and pharmacy. It includes paramedics, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, radiography, dietetics, speech and language therapy, operating […]

Read more

Care Certificate workshop a success

Over 70 delegates attended a workshop on Tuesday 28 April to deliver support to employers and supervisors in the implementation of the Care Certificate. Delivered in partnership with Skills for Care and Skills for Health, the event focused on raising awareness of the Care Certificate across general practice and wider social care.  It signposted employers […]

Read more