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For General Practice Nurse and HCAs/Nursing associate

National Training Programme for Professional Nurse Advocates

Identifying Primary Care Nurses across England to receive a PNA Training Programme funded by NHS England and NHS Improvement. 

Please follow the link below to find out more and to see how to apply.

Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Practice

The course helps develop systems leadership and workforce transformation skills through delivery of quality improvement projects, with a ‘subject specific’ module based on a clinical area of interest. It consists of three 20-credit modules (60 credits total), delivered over 12 months.


Eligibility criteria for GPNs:

·       Working at an appropriate leadership/advanced level (ideally B7 or above)

·       Be an independent prescriber

·       Has seen all undifferentiated illness in primary care

·       Has significant primary care / GP experience (to the extent of seeing the full range of GP patients independently)

·       No minimum timeframe from qualification

Any EOIs please send to

HCA Face to Face Clinical Skills Training – 2 Day Event

Date: 5-6 September

Introduction to Respiratory for HCA Level 3

The two-day course would be a combination of Asthma, COPD and Spirometry

Aims and Objectives –    

  • The session covers Basic anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System​. 
  • Awareness of common respiratory illnesses​ 
  • Overview of asthma and COPD, including prevalence signs/symptoms, triggers risk factors exacerbations​ 
  • Peak Flow monitoring – accurate measurement of Peak Flow​ 
  • Inhaler techniques including spacers 
  • R​ole of HCSW in asthma /COPD management​ 
  • Look at health promotion and change cycle 
  • Awareness of content within an asthma management plan 


Venue: 10 Fitzroy Square, London, W1T 5HP

Time: 9:30 am - 4-30pm

EOIs should be forwarded to the CLH training hub email:


NWL Return to Practice 

Click Above for the RTP guide for prospective for returning midwives


Click Above for the RTP guide for prospective for returning nurses 

The AHP new roadmaps to Practice

Link to AHP Roadmaps to Practice

Please find the

Senior Nurses to become Educators

Opportunities for Senior Nurses to become Educators to undertake some teaching and mentoring for the primary and social care workforce can be for both or either or for nursing associates. ​

If you are interested and want to find out more please email