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Professional Development

East Kent Training Hub supports the professional development of the Primary Care workforce.

We provide a range of medical and non-medical training including suicide and menopause awareness training and training in medical procedures such as ECGs and spirometry. We also fund continuing professional development modules and support people to train as non-medical prescribers.

Visit the PCNs & New Ways of Working section for information about emerging roles and details of training in Network Based Workflow Optimisation and Multidisciplinary Leadership. 

For a list of forthcoming events and opportunities, please visit the News and Learning Events pages.

Learning in East Kent

  • Work Experience
    For people thinking about a career in healthcare, work experience can provide expose to a range of roles and help them confirm their career choice. Observational placements can be undertaken with the non clinical team, for example with reception, practice managers, the medical secretary or prescription clerk; or in the clinical team, with the practice nurse, health care assistant, paramedic, clinical pharmacist, physician associate or GP. EXAMPLE PLACEMENTS - Medstart Plus - Pre-employment Programmes - Practice organised work experience SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS - Work Experience Policy - Work Experience Handbook CONTACT Ekpcw.leads@nhs.net
  • Apprenticeships
    For people thinking about a career in healthcare, work experience can provide expose to a range of roles and help them confirm their career choice. Observational placements can be undertaken with the non clinical team, for example with reception, practice managers, the medical secretary or prescription clerk; or in the clinical team, with the practice nurse, health care assistant, paramedic, clinical pharmacist, physician associate or GP. EXAMPLE PLACEMENTS - Medstart Plus - Pre-employment Programmes - Practice organised work experience SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS - Work Experience Policy - Work Experience Handbook CONTACT Ekpcw.leads@nhs.net

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