Aligned to the geographical footprint of Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland, the LLR Training Hub has been established with a key objective of meeting the educational needs of the multi-disciplinary primary care team, bringing together NHS organisations, community, local authorities and education providers. Whilst the LLR Training Hub was only formally established in January 2020, it is comprised of three locality hubs that are already well established and will now work collaboratively to build upon progress to date and to support
the continued development and expansion of the LLR Training Hub.
We recognise the importance of working collaboratively to support the Health Education England (HEE) view of how Training Hubs will be an essential vehicle of workforce transformation due to their ability to engage multiple general practice organisations and provide consistent education and workforce planning support.
To work in collaboration with our partners to further develop the capabilities of our current and future primary care teams to deliver high quality care for patients in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
As a hub, we will work to ensure that the primary care workforce in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland has access to opportunities that will enable them to develop and promote the right skills, values and behaviours, at the right time, and in the right place.
We want to ensure that primary care colleagues working across a total of 133 practices in LLR have access to education, training and development opportunities that in turn will support their continued professional development and learning journey. It is our aim to ensure that by working in collaboration with our partners and stakeholders, staff are comprehensively supported to develop their skills and to manage the complex and often stressful nature of delivering healthcare.
This video below provides a really useful summary of the purpose and remit of primary care training hubs
Promote and facilitate key CPD programmes and multi-professional learning linked to clinical care intentions / service redesign initiatives at system level
Promote and facilitate leadership programmes to develop staff and development of primary and community care educators
Co-ordinate personal career support for all stages of Primary and Community Care professionals' careers
Support integrated education and training across existing current boundaries, including supporting rotational programmes across organisations
Support new clinical staff through fellowships, preceptorships, peer and multi-professional learning groups
Engage with stakeholders (including wider STP colleagues, NHSE&I and HEE tosupport roll out of national and locally led workforce and educational priorities through the delivery of nationally and locally commissioned programmes, including but not limited to preceptorship, CPD, fellowships and workforce retention programmes
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