Published 09/12/2021 
Are you a nurse working in primary care?  
If so you might be interested in the The virtual Level 7 Accredited Professional Nurse Advocate (PNA) Training Programme, which delivers training and restorative supervision for colleagues right across England.  
The programme launched in March 2021, towards the end of the third wave of COVID-19. This was the start of a critical point of recovery: for patients, for services and for our workforce.  
This programme will run for 10 days, but the delivery may differ due to the various Higher Education Institutes delivering the programme and the mode of academic assessment can vary from: short essays, poster presentations and competency portfolios. The training programme is accessible to Bands 5 and above, if you can evidence that you have obtained a Level 6 qualification or equivalent and have line manager approval. Find out more in the attached FAQ document. 
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