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There are numerous training opportunities available for the general practice workforce to expand their knowledge in specialised areas as they take on new roles. These can include an MSc or enhanced communication or management skills. Knowing where to look for information about what training and funding is available can be time-consuming and frustrating. Contact us today about what you would like to achieve. We can help you look for training and potentially find some funding.
The Training Hub team is currently supporting the Vaccination Programme and is unable to keep this page updated. If you have any questions about training please contact the team directly. Thank you.
Further Information about Training
An apprenticeship is on the job training leading to a national qualification, available for both new and existing staff. Anyone over the age of 16, who is not in full-time education, can apply to be an apprentice.There are different levels of apprenticeships with the most common levels undertaken in GP surgeries being intermediate (level 2) and advanced (level 3) apprenticeships.
The HEE Star is a tool developed by HEE to bring structure and coherence to conversations about workforce challenges and to support workforce transformation. Click the image below to use the HEE Star online tool: