"Welcome to our training and education pages.
Here you will find a wide range of resources which we hope you will find useful, from our events calendar to training materials which are available for you to download and keep"
Dr Juno Jesuthasan, Training, Education and IT Lead
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Dates for upcoming training and education afternoons are listed below:
NHS England have pulled together a suite of infection, prevention and control (IPC) training resources to help staff in healthcare settings. These can be found here.
The 'Preparing for an Influenza Pandemic' module has recently been updated, following the recent pandemic declaration for COVID-19. If you have taken this module within the last 3 years your certificate will remain valid; however, with the evolving news regarding COVID-19, you may wish to retake the new version.
The Infection Control (Clinical and Non-Clinical) modules have recently been offline for maintenance and have now been re-released on the eLearning suite. Following an annual review, there are many changes reflected in the clinical content. We recommend that, although current certificates remain valid, anybody requiring clinical infection control as part of their mandatory training should complete the module that is now available on the system.
This Toolkit is free of charge for all those working in health and social care and can be added to to Profiles by practice managers or system administrators.
There are some new e-learning resources, specifically for managing Coronavirus in Primary Care available on e-Learning for Health.
There are a number of courses and training opportunities provided by the CCG and external partners for anyone working in GP practice. Click on the relevant page link on the left to find out the training available to you.
The monthly educational meetings in protected time are designed to bring at least some of your professional development back into the daytime.
Our aim is to provide you with high-quality learning and an opportunity to network with friends and colleagues, old and new.
We appreciate that a half day practice closure is not always feasible. However, if you cannot attend a particular event at Trinity Park, your practice can take advantage of part of the afternoon closure to do some in-house training. We also use the afternoon closures to support 'mandatory' training for your staff and arrange events as per our published timetables.
The Children & Young People’s (CYP) Emotional Wellbeing Plan 2020 aims to establish a joined-up, family focused approach to all children, young people and families presenting with emotional, behavioural or mental health needs. As part of this plan, funded learning and development is now available to enable staff and families to have greater confidence and skills in responding to issues relating to emotional wellbeing and mental health. Training, including Mental Health First Aid, can be accessed via www.suffolkcpd.co.uk using the Multi-Agency icon on the home page. Click here to find out more about the Transformation Plan.
Read more updates about e-learning and education around Children's Mental Health HERE
(Click on the image below to access the Events Calendar)
A series of FREE educational evenings on mental health and emotional wellbeing designed for primary care practitioners in Ipswich and east Suffolk.
Wednesday 9 December 2020, 7pm - 8.15pm
The Suffolk Wellbeing Service will be delivering a presentation on their service delivery. The audience will learn about the stepped care model and the different interventions within each step. The social team will be introduced as well as the exciting new developments within the service. View Flyer
To allow more people to benefit from this teaching, all sessions have been filmed or recorded. The videos are accessible to any primary care staff (most do not need a password) and are great way of doing some online learning from home. Resources from each session are also available online.
Practice Nursing Team Training Manual (Apr 2020)
Primary Care Nurse Forum
If you have any comments on these pages, please contact Shelley Hart
For information about training and development opportunities, please contact the Primary Care Training Hub
The CCG safeguarding team can arrange to provide WRAP (Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent) training to all staff within your surgery. If you are interested, please contact Caroline Pyrozuk firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prevent is available to all practice staff and counts towards Level 3 safeguarding children training.