WHAT WE OFFER 

 
NATH offers a variety of learning and development interventions for the primary and community care workforce in Nottingham & Nottinghamshire. 
 
Each Training Hub works on projects focused on six core functions as identified by Health Education England (HEE). A summary of each is listed below, clicking on the function will take you to more information.  
 
We're working on the accompanying pages which describe each of the core functions in more detail and what NATH is delivering against each of them.  
The Events & Training and Resources pages offer more infromation about learning and development opportunities.  

PLACEMENTS 

In general terms for NATH this means working towards: 
developing placement opportunities for the students in primary and community care settings including those looking for school work experience and up to post-graduate level 
and supporting staff to develop the mentoring and supervisory skills needed to successfully manage placements 
 
Our focus in 20/21  
Increase opportunities for students to learn in primary and community care settings 
Training and supporting health and care professionals to become educational and clinical supervisors. 

WORKFORCE PLANNING 

In general terms NATH is developing strategies to help planning processes such as collating workforce data 
supporting primary care networks to succession plan 
 
Our Focus in 20/21 
Working with primary and community care providers to create workforce investment plans for every PCN & social care. 
 
Understanding the learning and development needs of the primary and community care workforce - Training Needs Analysis. 
 
Established a communities of practice for: 
Professional working in or and with the independent care sector. 
Social prescribing link workers. 
Practice managers across the East Midlands. 
 
Evaluating the introduction of the GP Assistant across the Midlands and establishing and supporting a second cohort of trainees. 
 
Give access to the Apprenticeship Levy Fund to support the training of: 
Nursing Associates (FdSc). 
Registered Nurses (BSc Hons). 
Practice Managers (MBA). 

RECRUITMENT 

In general terms NATH is developing educators across the system 
 
Our Focus in 20/21 
Training and supporting health and care professionals to become educational and clinical supervisors. 

EMBED NEW ROLES 

In general terms this means supporting the roll out of the additional roles within primary care 
 
More information about the new roles in primary care can be found in our resources section 

RETENTION 

In general terms NATH is developing strategies for retaining the skills and workforce 
 
Our Focus in 20/21 
Support the transition from student training to independent practice, for doctors, nurses and Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) in primary and community care - New to Practice. 

PLACED BASED TARIFFS 

More information to follow 

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