Freedom of Information request: 2020006
Request summary: Request regarding Recruitment.
Request date: Feb 21, 2020
NHSCFA response date: Mar 19, 2020
The NHS Counter Fraud Authority and the NHS Business Services Authority have a Memorandum of Understanding between parties and as part of that, engage HRSS to operate their transactional recruitment needs.
The NHSCFA has a Memorandum of Understanding with the NHSBSA, this is not a contract.
There are currently 3 agency staff working within NHS Counter Fraud Authority.
Within this cohort, one staff member is operational and 2 staff members are support staff. For the purpose of this response, operational staff are those working within an investigatory role. Support staff are those within a non-investigatory role.
The learning and development budget has not yet been allocated for 2020-2021.
NHSCFA does not allocate the training budget in this way. Our Learning and Development Plan is developed as a result of an analysis of personal development plans and discussion with Heads of Service to determine priorities. This will take place after the appraisal process is completed at the end of May 2020. The budget is then allocated to meet specific needs for each year.
£101, 735 as at 12.3.2020. More spend is to be allocated before year end.
£24,690.50 was spent on external learning and development relating to investigations and disclosure. NHSCFA also has an in-house training team who deliver training in this area.
As stated above, the training needs analysis will not be undertaken until the end of May 2020, following the end of the appraisal process
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