Training and Education Opportunities
Band 6 Deputy Sister / Charge Nurse Leadership Programme
This programme runs twice a year January to June and June to December. It involves six full study days, one per month over six months, action learning and the development of a service improvement project within your clinical setting.
The programme is run in-house and can be at City or Queens, dependent on room availability. The programme is for Band 6 nurses who are clinically based and are responsible for managing a team.
The programme offers the opportunity for deputy sisters / charge nurses to explore and develop their role as clinical leaders and implement a measurable change in their area of practice, which will impact positively on patient outcome and experience.
If you are interested in attending the Band 6 leadership course or would like some more information please contact us
Dementia Training for Clinical Staff
This is a full day training which usually runs monthly (approx. 25 places available on each day). The training is delivered in-house and can be at City or Queens, dependent on room availability.
Training is suitable for ALL clinical staff. Registered and Non-Registered nurses and Registered and Non-Registered Allied Health Professionals.
The aim of the training is to support staff in developing their skills and knowledge about caring for people with dementia in the acute hospital setting.
If you would like to know the next available dates and / or book onto the course please contact us
Free on-line course
Future Learn offer free on-line course ranging from Mindfulness to developing e-learning resources for use in health. It is available to all staff and training varies from 20 minutes session to fully facilitated courses.
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