Tag: CPD

Project Management Development courses

Photo by Jo Szczepanska
Want to develop your project management skills?
Funded places on training courses available

We are collaborating with UWE to support administrative and managerial practice staff in developing their project management skills, by securing a number of funded places on the following self-managed courses.

Prince2 Agile Foundation for Project Management

This course is suitable for anyone interested in project management, design, delivery, and review.

It will take approximately 16 hours to complete, but you will have access to the materials over the span of 6 months, giving you time to plan your studying and book your exam.

It will be delivered online as self-study, and so you will require a computer with internet access.

Tutor support is available by telephone from experienced tutors.

Cohort 1 will start on Monday 4 January, 2021, and be completed by Wednesday 30 June, 2021.

Cohort 2 will start on Monday 1 February, 2021, and be completed by Saturday 31 July, 2021.

More information on this course can be found here.

APM Fundamentals

This course is suited to those with little-to-no project management experience looking to gain an understanding of the principles of project management.

It will take between 10 – 12 hours to complete. You will, however, have access to the materials for 6 months, allowing you to plan your study and book your exam.

It will likewise be delivered entirely online, and so you will need a computer with access to the internet. A webinar is to be held in the course’s first week to demonstrate the learning materials and how to use the e-learning environment.

Tutor support is available by telephone from experience tutors.

The cohort will begin on Monday 1 February, 2021, and end on Tuesday 31 August, 2021.

More information about this course can be found here.

Applying for a funded place

To apply for a funded place, please download the expression of interest form using the third button below, and send a completed copy to Jessie Saul at [email protected].

Places will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Applications must be in by Friday 4 December.

Recent news

Shared Decision Making training

Free, virtual training, beginning next year


A new form of delivering CBT for patients with depression

All things TNA

Everything you could need to know, on Thursday 19 November

Blended Learning

Photo by Nick Morrison
Study your way
Predominantly remote learning, so you can be flexible with your time

Developed by HEE and HEIs across England – and in conjunction with an advisory group featuring representatives from partner organisations – the Blended Learning programme has been established to address national shortages in clinical expertise and to offer predominantly virtual,  remote-access study to individuals unable to study for a healthcare role in a traditional fashion.

This programme will be trialled via a nursing degree programme, to start in early 2021. Trainee nurses will have easy access to new and emerging technologies, helping them and their employing trusts to meet the requirement for strong digital capabilities, whilst also furnishing the NHS will an up-to-date, adaptable workforce.

The aims of this programme are to:

“Provide a technology framework that enables student-led provision, online communities of practice leading to development of engaged and self -directed learners with strong digital capabilities”

“Develop flexible, adaptable, resilient, curious, collaborative learners and professionals”

“Attract greater numbers and a more diverse student population into the health profession”

“Create a significantly different offer in healthcare professional education, that will support the growth of a qualitatively different, expert and professional workforce suited to the demands of care now and in the future”

“Fully exploit digital technologies to deliver fully interactive and integrated programmes including immersive technologies like Virtual and Augmented Reality”

Recent news

Shared Decision Making training

Free, virtual training, beginning next year


A new form of delivering CBT for patients with depression

All things TNA

Everything you could need to know, on Thursday 19 November

Motivational Interviewing training 2021

Photo by Linus Nyland
Dates & times

The following dates and times are available for the workshops, all of which must be attended:

Workshop 1

Monday 1 February, 9.00 – 10.00
Monday 1 February, 10.15 – 11.15
Monday 1 February, 11.30 – 12.30
Monday 1 February, 13.30 – 14.30
Monday 1 February, 14.45 – 15.45
Monday 1 February, 16.00 – 17.00

Tuesday 2 February, 9.00 – 10.00

Workshop 2:

Tuesday 2 February, 10.15 – 11.15
Tuesday 2 February, 11.30 – 12.30
Tuesday 2 February, 13.30 – 14.30
Tuesday 2 February, 14.45 – 15.45
Tuesday 2 February, 16.00 – 17.00

Monday 8 February, 12.30 – 13.30
Monday 8 February, 13.45 – 14.45

Workshop 3:
Monday 8 February, 15.00 – 16.00
Monday 8 February, 17.00 – 18.00
Monday 8 February, 18.15 – 19.15

Tuesday 9 February, 13.45 – 14.45
Tuesday 9 February, 15.00 – 16.00
Tuesday 9 February, 17.00 – 18.00
Tuesday 9 February, 18.15 – 19.15

Open to all roles in primary care
General information:

We have arranged for a second run of this autumn’s Motivational Interviewing training. Having previously only been open to GPNs, this next run is open to all members of the primary care workforce, regardless of experience.

To be delivered and facilitated by Behaviour Change Training (BCT) once more, this course will focus on skills development and encourage you to reflect on current practice. It is scheduled to begin in January, and will consist of 2 x online learning modules and 3 x facilitated workshops.


This website uses cookies to improve your experience; please consult our privacy policy for more information

Read more
X myStickymenu
Skip to content