What Are Training Hubs?

What are Training Hubs?

Training Hubs are a national concept where a group of like-minded providers come together to collaborate on workforce retention, education and training. It creates an integrated approach by developing our local workforce, which includes GP’s, nurses, pharmacists, health care support workers, practice managers, administrators and receptionists. Training Hubs ultimately hope to improve the health of the population through their collaborative approach.

Why do we need a Training Hub?

With an increase in demand coinciding with significantly constrained resources, there are large gaps in the workforce. The main aim of the network is to help provide the tools needed to improve the outcomes for people who access care locally.

Mid-Downs Training Hub Mission

Our Training Hub presents an exciting opportunity to develop sustainable solutions to ensure our workforce feels empowered and has the necessary; skills, competencies, resilience and confidence to deliver excellent patient care. It also aims to provide career opportunities and recruit people in the sector while retaining our existing workforce.

Mid-Downs Training Hub Objectives

  • To develop a further understanding of our general practice short, medium and long workforce needs
  • To increase clinical capacity in general practice by developing structured career pathways for health professionals aligned to our Sustainability Transformation Plan (STP) themes
  • To increase multi-professional placement opportunities across primary and community care
  • To implement a consistent approach to:
    1. Increasing multi-professional learning opportunities
    2. Improving the delivery of statutory and mandatory training
    3. To consistently communicate the network to our members so that they are aware of the network and the opportunities available to them