2023/24 CPD Programme for Nurses and AHPs
Unlock Your Learning Journey: 23/24 CPD Opportunities are now available for booking!
Exciting news! We’re thrilled to announce that wave 1 of 23/24 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities are now live. This year, we’ve spruced up the way you secure your spot in a course, making it easier and more dynamic than ever.
Ready to dive in? Just click below and you’ll be whisked away to our brand-new webpage, where you will need to request access to the site. Immerse yourself in the array of courses currently open for booking. Feast your eyes on vibrant course flyers that provide tantalising glimpses of what’s in store. Got questions? Our FAQ section has you covered. And that’s not all – sneak a peek at the lineup of courses that are on the horizon, gearing up to be your next big learning adventure.
Please note that by completing the booking MS Forms it does not automatically confirm your place on the course. Many of the courses are over subscribed so each course will comprise of a closing date and we will confirm places 6 weeks prior to the course date.
View courses here – https://nhs.sharepoint.com/sites/msteams_655635/SitePages/CPD(1).aspx?ga=1
If you have any questions regarding Continuous Professional Development please do not hesitate to contact the training hub on – firstname.lastname@example.org
HEI Training Courses:
(For more information on each course click the course name for flyer)
|Role||Training Method||Training Provider||Date/Time|
|Advanced Clinical Practice full or top us MSc||Registered healthcare professionals||Dependant on training provider||University of Bedfordshire
University of Northamptonshire
Oxford Brookes University
Anglia Ruskin University
|Following review of application, appropriate intake will be discussed
|GPN Foundation Programme||Practice Nurse / Nursing Associate / AHP||Face-to-face||University of Hertfordshire||January 2024|
|Postgraduate Pharmacy Diploma Credits||Pharmacists who are not currently undertaking the CPPE Pathway||Blended online and face-to-face depending on module||University of East Anglia||Dates dependent on module|
|Postgraduate Pharmacy Diploma Credits||Pharmacists who are not currently undertaking the CPPE Pathway||Blended online and face-to-face depending on module||University of Hertfordshire||Dates dependent on module|
ADDITIONAL TRAINING / RESOURCES
|Course||Role||Training Method||Training Provider||Date/Time|
|Keech: End of Life Care Rolling Programme (registered staff)
Weekly rolling programme of free webinars giving you flexibility to choose dates and times that suit you.
Key areas covered each week include:
· Essential Conversations
· Essential Advanced Care Planning
· Essential Recognition of the Dying Patient
· Essential End of Life Care Anticipatory Medication
· Essential Pain Management
· Essential Nausea and Vomiting Management
· Essential Agitation and Delirium Symptom Control
· Essential Nutrition, Hydration and Mouth Care
· Essential Loss and Bereavement
|Any registered health & social care professional||Online||Keech Hospice||For further information and to book click here|
|Core Skills in Muscoskeletal Care
E-learning package designed to develop skills and knowledge so you can provide the best possible care for patients with MSK conditions in a primary care setting.
The course is in two parts with bite-size modules and upon completion you will have improved ability and confidence to assess, diagnose, investigate, treat and appropriately refer patients. Time to complete course: 5 hours.
|This course is free to all Health Care Professionals||Online e-learning||RCGP – developed in conjunction with Versus Arthritis (formerly know as Arthritis Research UK)||For further information and to book click here|
|Advanced Communication Skills Training
This 2-day course taking place every month during 2023 will provide delegates with key communications strategies for managing difficult conversations they experience in their role.
Small groups (max 6-10) delegates practice scenarios with professional actors playing different roles (such as the patient or family member). These scenarios may include:
· Handling strong emotions
· Difficult conversations with patients and families
· Giving signficant news to the patient and or family member
· Introducing sensitive topics (such as DNACPR conversations)
|All experienced Health & Social Care Professionals who have difficult conversations as part of their everyday role and have had previous communication skills training.||Virtually via Zoom||Herts and Beds Palliative and End of Life Care Education Group||For further information and to book click here|