MPSU Training Events and Support Meetings 

Booking onto Training Events and Support Meetings 

All MPSU training events and support meetings are FREE to attend. Places are limited and we will allocate tickets across a spread of different roles and localities. If an event says it is fully booked, please register for the waiting list as we will release additional tickets as they become available. 
 
You can view a summary of all our upcoming MPSU events below. To book on, visit our Eventbrite page. 

1. Clinical Supervision Training Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: Primary care clinical colleagues 
 
Frequency: Monthly 
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2. Clinical Supervisors Support Meeting Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: Clinical Supervisors 
 
Frequency: Every 3 months 
Date and Time 
Title and Booking Link 
Description 
Max No. 
Closing Date 
21/10/2021 
 
18:00-19:30 
Join these quarterly events which aim to establish a support network for Clinical Supervisors. 
 
The sessions will include an educational update to support on-going professional development of clinical supervisors and an opportunity for clinical supervisors to discuss challenging scenarios in a safe place. 
 
This event is aimed at clinical supervisors across Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. 
40 
18/10/2021 
January 2022 TBC 
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3. New Appraiser Training Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: All primary care colleagues involved in appraisal of colleagues. Excludes those wishing to appraise GP colleagues. 
 
Frequency: Every 2 months 
Date and Time 
Title and Booking Link 
Description 
Max No. 
Closing Date 
19/11/2021 
 
09.15-15.15 
This course provides a robust structure for colleagues to build upon their skills as an appraiser. By engaging with this training, you will be able to demonstrate that you can: 
 
Understand the principles and processes underpinning appraisal 
Be aware of the competencies required to be appraiser 
Demonstrate key appraisal principles by undertaking a mock appraisal 
Develop learning goals in the form of a personal development plan 
Construct an appraisal summary 
21 
17/11/2021 

4. New Appraisers Support Meeting Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: New Appraisers 
 
Frequency: Every 3 months 
Date and Time 
Title and Booking Link 
Description 
Max No. 
Closing Date 
November 2021 TBC 
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5. Foundation Leadership and Management Training Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: Colleagues who are new to, or aspiring to manage others 
Date and Time 
Title and Booking Link 
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6. New to Practice Training Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: New colleagues joining primary care within the last 6 months 
Date and Time 
Title and Booking Link 
Description 
Max No. 
Closing Date 
04/11/2021 
 
10.00-12.00 
Join Sarah Partridge and Gemma Bird to improve your knowledge of what the different ‘traditional’ roles do in General Practice, as well as to provide opportunities for you to network. 
 
This series of “New to Practice” events are aimed at all clinicians who have recently joined Primary Care. With an increasing number of roles being introduced into practice, these sessions aim to help build support networks and improve workforce collaboration. 
30 
01/11/2021 

7. Integrated Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Training Dates 

Target audience / eligible for: All primary care colleagues 
 
Frequency: Monthly excluding December 2021 
Date and Time 
Title and Booking Link 
Description 
Max No. 
Closing Date 
TBC 
Effective consultations are essential for delivering patient-centred care. Applying effective consultation skills will help to improve the care that is provided to patients, while at the same time promoting the respect and recognition of your role within primary care. 
 
Join us to look at the theory and application of consultations skills within both face to face and telephone settings, with the aim of improving your confidence and effectiveness in practice. It hopes to be interactive and will include opportunities for you to apply your learning in a safe (and fun!) environment. 
30 
04/10/2021 
13/10/2021 
 
10.00-12.00 
This event will offer an overview of how to manage difficult consultations may it be face to face, telephone or video. 
 
Join Dr Saira Jawaid and Sarah Partridge for an overview and tips on how to manage challenging consultations in clinical practice. 
 
The session promises to be informative and interactive, to enable you with key skills that you can apply in everyday practice in order to deal with challenging clients. 
30 
06/10/2021 
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Aspirations for the MPSU 

“The developments of PCNs have brought a new dimension to an already complex setting. I hope the MPSU is able to support individuals to orientate themselves within this landscape. My aspirations for the MPSU are to provide a multidisciplinary platform to provide help, guidance and peer support to the new and existing primary care workforce.” 
 
Head of PCN Workforce 
Nottingham City GP Alliance 

Event Certificates 

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Certificates of attendance will be issued within 2 weeks of the event date. These will be electronic and circulated by email. It is therefore important that you sign-in via the register on the day to evidence that you attended the session. 
 
If you have not received your certificate by this date, please email alliance.hub1@nhs.net. 
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