Please find details of currently available funding opportunities below.
Regional Support Offer to PCNs: Developing strategies to make effective use of the Personalised Care ‘additional’ roles in Primary Care
In addition to social prescribing link workers, in April 2021 Personalised Care introduced 2 new roles: health & wellbeing coaches, and care co-ordinators. PCNs can benefit from time with experts in social prescribing to help you develop clear strategies to make the most of these
roles. This support offer is currently only available until March 2022 so early contact is advised.
Physician Associate Foundation Intern Programme in Primary Care
We are very pleased to be able to provide an update on cohort 2 of HEE EoE’s Physician Associate Foundation Intern Programme in Primary Care. We have now confirmed our ‘Training Offer’ for 2021/22, the proposed start date for the programme is 20/01/2022.
Funding for Group Consultation Facilitators
The Training Hub is offering funded Intensive Training Packages to help practices in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough set up Group Consultation Clinics.
Pre-registration Trainee Pharmacy Technician (PTPT)
HEE have recently opened application for national funding to facilitate recruitment of Pre-registration Trainee Pharmacy Technicians (PTPT) apprenticeships.
Trainee Nursing Associate Funding Available
100% funding available to help recruit Trainee Nurse Associates
Fellowship in General Practice for GPs
The Training Hub is delivering the NHS England funded General Practice Fellowship, with a 2-year programme of post-CCT support and education for newly qualified GPs working in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Fellowship in General Practice for Nurses
We are delivering the NHS England funded General Practice Fellowship, with a 2-year programme of support and education for newly qualified Nurses beginning careers in General Practice in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Education and Training Funding for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals
The Training Hub is committed to ensuring all staff in General Practice have equal access to learning and development opportunities, including ensuring every nurse and allied health professional (AHP) benefits from continuing professional development (CPD) funding.
General Practice Assistant Programme and Funding
Health Education England (HEE) are funding a programme to support the development of General Practice Assistants (GPAs) in Primary Care, to support GPs with admin and consultation preparation tasks. The scheme includes £2,120 per candidate to practices for clinical time supporting learners, training outlay and mentor marking time and offers an exciting opportunity for General Practice staff to gain insight, knowledge and exposure within a health care environment.
Innovation in Education
The Training Hub offers support to local clinicians who wish to develop and deliver local training on relevant topics, to increase the range and availability of education and with it the quality of care delivered in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.