Training for Tier 3 Advanced Practice multi-professional Coordinating Educational Supervisors (and prospective Coordinating Educational Supervisors) of trainees in the East of England, in July, September, November 2022 and in February 2023
This training is completed as the HEI contact element of the three-part Tier 3 Coordination of Advanced Practice Supervision training programme. Further information about the three-part programme can be found on the East of England HEE Advancing Practice Faculty website:
Who should attend the HEI contact element of the Advanced Practitioner Supervision training?
Tier 3 educational supervisor training is available to East of England clinicians who supervise trainee Advanced Practitioners, or aspire to.
A whole day of learning spread over several weeks:
Please ensure that you have sufficient time available before you book. There is a core three-hour live webinar element of the programme but, in addition, it is essential that you log in to the HEI’s learning area at least a week before the webinars (see individual HEI instructions) to complete:
- pre-course reading
- participation in discussion boards
- listening to pre-recorded sessions
Following participation in the live webinars you will be expected to complete a course evaluation and possibly to complete a self-reflection to complete the course, before receiving an attendance certificate.
For further information about the training and to book a place, please click the following link and scroll down the page:
Please do not book more than one training session
If you are unable to attend the course after booking
Please contact the HEI course administrator and cancel your place to allow someone to take your place. This course is in high demand and you must cancel if you cannot attend.
First Contact Practitioner Roadmap Supervisor Training
For a limited time we are able to offer backfill to support attendance at this training. Please contact email@example.com for further details and to apply.
What is a First Contact Practitioner?
A diagnostic clinician in primary care working at master’s level with undiagnosed and undifferentiated diagnoses, managing complexity and uncertainty at the first point of contact who has a minimum of 5 years post-graduate experience.
Interested in becoming a FCP Supervisor?
Criteria for applicants:
- A GP*
- A First Contact Practitioner who has completed Stage 1 and Stage 2 of the Roadmap. Evidence of this demonstrated by providing completed ‘Checklist for Recognition Processes’ (9.4) and ‘FCP Verification of Evidence Form’ (12.12). Stage 2 Roadmap verification process | Health Education England (hee.nhs.uk)
- An Advanced Practitioner who holds recognition with HEE’s Centre for Advancing Practice.
- A clinician (e.g. AHP or Nurse) with a postgraduate Masters Degree.
(Note: the directories are not yet active)
*Any Tier 3 GP educators who are recognised by the Quality team do not need to attend the training days, but instead can complete an optional short online resource here
For those needing to attend training days, please see below current available cohorts. You must be able to attend both dates.
- Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 September
- Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 October
- Tuesday 8 and Wednesday 9 November
- Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 December
There will be more cohorts throughout the year, further details to follow.
There are 20 places available for each session which will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
If you would like to apply to attend training to become an FCP Supervisor, please complete one of the forms below:
- Existing Tier 3 GP Educators (interest only, online resource to be shared upon completion of form)
- All other applicants (required to attend the 2-day teaching course): Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th June 2022
- For additional information, please see the HEE national FCP/AP Roadmap Landing Page.
This information is also available on the HEE EoE Primary Care website.