Community Education Providers Network (CEPN) Learning and Development Support
Community Education Providers Networks (CEPNs) have responsibility to ensure the best use of the budget provided for education and training of the healthcare workforce, this includes ensuring training is offered in primary care settings, the continual professional development for all healthcare staff and the improved educational governance. Learning and development solutions need to meet the requirements and healthcare needs of the local population, such as specific skill shortages whilst ensuring that education and training is aligned to the changes in service.
We offer on-site bespoke training nationally, tailored to skill-set requirements and worked around schedules to ensure least disruption possible to regular routines. Along with invaluable evidenced based skills and knowledge, successful candidates will benefit from recognised and respected qualifications where applicable.
We currently offer over 400 training courses that are designed specifically for your local learning and development requirements, this means that we will work with you, discussing your specific training needs, to ensure that we are offering the most beneficial solution and outcome for you in line with your local policies and procedures as well as Skills for Health National Occupational Standards.
Example training solutions:
From experience there are many learning and development needs identified by local education and training boards (Community Education Providers Networks), these often include:
- Asthma and COPD
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Cervical Smear Takers
- Diabetes Care and Management
- Ear Irrigation
- Leg Ulcer Assessment and Management
- Minor Illness
- NHS Health Checks
- Phlebotomy / Venepuncture
- Sexual Health for Primary Care
- Wound Management
All our training is fully aligned to Skills for Health requirements and upon completion of our training courses we can evidenced full achievements of the learning outcomes specified within relevant National Occupational Standards.
Our Practice Development and Clinical Skills Nurse Trainers are all qualified and experienced Nurses able to ensure evidenced based practice is maintained. All our trainers as well as holding professional qualifications in nursing also hold recognised teaching and assessing qualifications.
All of our tutors have exceptional knowledge, skills and experience in their training fields which is highly reflected in the training provided. Training sessions are highly interactive, regardless of the group size, incorporating discussions, group work, practical activities and elements of self-study.
Upon completion of our training courses all delegates are provided with a post study workbook to complete which provides an opportunity for further research, consolidating knowledge and understanding as well as providing an opportunity to evidence safe and professional practice through a record of supervised practice and competency assessments.
Additional Royal College of Nursing, Awarding Organisation and / or University accreditation is available for some courses and as we continue to review our training packages with local commissioners we often include additional accreditation named specifically for your area. This additional accreditation further evidences due-diligence, value for money and creditability of your workforce learning and development.