The Training Hub offers a range of development programmes for our staff currently working in Primary Care.
General Practice Fellowship Programme
The GP Fellowship Programme is a national programme, funded by NHS England, which is being delivered locally by Northamptonshire Primary Care Training Hub. This is aimed at GP's
GPN Fellowship Programme
The GPN Fellowship Programme is a national programme, funded by NHS England, which is being delivered locally by Northamptonshire Primary Care Training Hub. This is aimed at Practice Nurses.
The CARE Programme
CARE is a learning and development programme that empowers primary care professionals to play a key role in their primary care network, to shape services based on population health needs and to strengthen their leadership. Focussing on wellbeing and building and harnessing resilience, the programme uses digital technology to connect primary care professionals and to support joined-up, multi-professional working.
Primary Care Preceptorship Programme
The training hub has partnered with Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust (NHFT) to be able to offer a comprehensive multi-professional preceptorship programme to our eligible staff.
Preceptorship Programme Details
Aspirant Cancer Career and Education Development programme (ACCEND)
HEE and Skills for Health have launched a Career Pathway, Core Cancer Capabilities in Practice (CiP) and Education Framework for the Nursing and Allied Health Professions Workforce.
Health and Care Support Worker Introduction to Leadership and Management
Are you a support worker in health or social care looking to take the first steps on your leadership journey? Register now for this free development programme.
Health & Care Support Worker Programme Details
Collaboration to Improve Care Programme
Sign up now for this free development programme for frontline health and social care managers looking to build leadership skills in the provision of joined-up care.
Collaboration to Improve Care Programme Details
Moving up Programme
Unlock your leadership potential with this free development programme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic colleagues in health and social care.