Resources For Your Own Development

Via the Practice Managers Association you can be assisted with funding for:

  • PMA GP Asst Practice Manager ILM Level 3
  • PMA GP Practice Manager ILM Level 5
  • PMA ILM Level 7 Diploma in Leadership and Management

NHSE is funding coaching for both GPs and Practice Managers as part of the GP Development Programme. Coaching is delivered by Beyond Coaching, there are no set objectives from NHSE, coaching is to be coachee-led and coachees can self-refer by directly approaching Beyond Coaching via the following link; NHS England » Looking after you too

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General Practice Improvement Leader Programme  

Having clinicians and managers with quality improvement skills is key to successful change. Free places are provided on the General Practice Improvement Leader training programme from NHS England’s Sustainable Improvement team. This is a successful personal development programme with small cohorts of up to 30 people to build confidence and skills for leading service redesign in your practice or federation.

The programme incorporates interactive training workshops, personal reading and reflection, and action learning as participants lead a change project in their own workplace. Participants gain new perspectives, skills and confidence in using improvement science in general practice, and leading colleagues and teams through change. The approach has been successful with general practice clinicians and managers of hugely varying experience (from GP registrars and newly appointed managers to very experienced staff).

To apply for a place on the programme you will need to click on the hyperlink below.

NHS England » National General Practice Improvement Programme

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Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management

Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management – June and October intakes

Looking to develop the expertise to manage primary care networks? There are still some places left to start the National Association of Primary Care’s (NAPC) Diploma in Advanced Primary Care Management in June. The one-year course -which is mainly online – is designed for people who are managing primary care and becoming responsible for creating and running primary care at scale. It’s ideal for emerging primary care networks as well as more established networks like primary care homes. Offering a practical ‘how to’ focused curriculum, the diploma incorporates learning from the new care models and primary care home programmes. For more information click

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Masters in Business Administration (MBA)

There is currently money for primary care to access via the apprenticeship funds for all kinds of qualifications. For example at Portsmouth University:

More info on the funding

Please take a look at this short film where PM Supporter Jenny Partridge talks about her MBA

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