About us

History of the programme

The JETS Workforce programme is built on the All Wales Endoscopy Competency Framework (AWENcf) to replace the previous programme Gastrointestinal Endoscopy for Nurses (GIN). Unlike the GIN programme JETS Workforce is designed for the whole endoscopy workforce; endoscopy nurses, healthcare assistants, operating department practitioners, decontamination technicians and other related roles.

The programme completed a successful pilot in 2018 and launched in 2019. It is now used at over 240 JAG registered endoscopy services in the UK.

JAG (Joint Advisory Group for endoscopy, part of the Royal College of Physicians) provides accreditation for endoscopy services as well as a range of quality improvement projects, which include the JETS Workforce (JETSW) programme.

About us

JETS Workforce provides a standardised framework for training and clear standards the workforce can work towards. This allows the service to clearly identify any gaps in knowledge, skills and experience in their workforce. For the staff, this provides them not only access to the standards but also access to training and further learning. We want to help the endoscopy workforce to feel valued, increase their job satisfaction and provide them with that sense of achievement through certification. JETSW is a training programme designed for the endoscopy workforce that is made up of three key elements:

The JETSW is designed to be used by a JAG registered service as a whole and not by a user alone. JETS Workforce comes with different levels of access depending on a user’s needs. 

 

 



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