What is a Primary (and Community) Care Training Hub?
Training Hubs are networks of education and service providers (NHS and non-NHS) based in the community. They are tasked with increasing capacity for future workforce training in the community and the development of the current and future workforce around the needs of a regionally defined population.
Training hubs are designed to meet the educational needs of the multi-disciplinary primary care team, and bring together NHS organisations, community providers and local authorities.
Training hubs are expected to be an essential vehicle of workforce transformation due to their ability to engage multiple general practice organisations and provide consistent education and workforce planning support.
(Health Education England, 2019)
8 Core Functions
In line with national expectations, the Integrated Care System (ICS) across the North East and North Cumbria now has a Primary Care Training Hub in place.
The eight core functions below form the basis of the Primary Care Training Hub national operational guidance. In the North East and North Cumbria, the initial focus has been on general practice.
The Primary Care Training Hub have developed an offer and delivery plan for 21/22 which is available to view on the Reports page linked below. The 2022/23 delivery plan will be updated once this is available.
Included in the Primary Care Training Hub section of this website are:
Primary Care Training Membership | New Roles in Primary Care Resource | GP/GPN Fellowships | Events | Training | Health and Wellbeing | Workforce Planning | Reports | FAQ's | Contact details