We have 40 grants available to support practices in releasing GPs to undertake educator development training to become associate trainer or trainer.
Priority will be given to those who expressed an interest last October until 12th March 2020, and then allocated according to need and date of application. Funding must be claimed for training sessions completed by 1.1.2021.
We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to support HEE in meeting the demand for university, HEE and GP school days as per the new plan for educator development and clarifying the process for applying to become a trainer.
The process is now available on the HEE web pages here:
and begins with getting in touch with your local Training Programme Directors. If you have already done this and been successful in securing a place on the University via days via the University of Cambridge (Madingley ICE course), ARU or one of the other approved courses, that is fantastic.
HEE have now publicised additional days to meet demand. These are:
(Luton) 7th April University day
22nd April HEE Hub day
12th may GP Specific Days – Day 1
Norfolk and Suffolk 15th April University day
4th may HEE Hub day
20th may GP Specific Days – Day 1
Cambridgeshire 7th may University day
27th may HEE hub
17th June GP Specific Day 1
Tier three training –
Newmarket area GP Specific Days
24 June Newmarket area GP Specific Day 2
25 June Newmarket area GP Specific Day 3
Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis and we will add a link to this page as soon as we have more information.
If you or your practice would like more information on becoming a training practice, or a trainer, come and meet our Associate Dean, Dr Andrew Wright who can answer all your questions and lead you through the next steps on 12th March –