Primary Entry Requirement
- Applicants must have Membership of their relevant Royal College or professional organisational equivalent and usually have three years post qualification as a healthcare professional, have a substantive post in practice and have worked for a minimum of one year in their current practice.
- The applicant should be working in a clinical setting where good clinical standards have been demonstrated:
- For general practitioners this would include, for example, a satisfactory CQC report and a minimum of 90% for markers of clinical care.
- Students who have achieved a nationally recognised qualification, plus evidence of recent study and acquisition of academic threshold concepts from a relevant discipline or experiential equivalent.
- Students will be selected using prior agreed HEKSS selection to assess suitability for undertaking the programme.
- All applicants should must be located in a workplace setting and able to carry out the requirements of the modules.
- Entry will be dependent on at least one supporting reference from their current employing organisation or a professional or academic advocate, indicating academic and personal suitability for the programme of study.
- Access and ability to use computer and broadband: word processor, spreadsheet, presentation packages (e.g. PowerPoint), Internet and email is essential.
Excluded combinations: For general practitioners those on the Retainer Scheme, and/or locums are not eligible for this programme.
Months of entry
This programme is for multi-professional healthcare workers who are wishing to extend their skills in areas of strategic leadership, management and healthcare practitioner education.
This programme is also for potential and existing GP trainers and has been developed in association with the Kent, Surrey and Sussex (KSS) GP Deanery. Any doctor wishing to become a GP trainer in KSS should take this programme.
You have the opportunity to develop and demonstrate knowledge, understanding, qualities and skills in experiential learning, theory, concepts and their application to practice; high-level reflection on learning, leadership and team working approaches gained through practice; the opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of the complexities of collaborative working, ethical issues, critical research synthesis and research methodologies, all within the remit of Strategic Leadership and Healthcare Practitioner Education.
Information for international students
Fees and funding
Please visit our funding web pages for the most current information.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Centre for Professional Practice
- +44 (0)1634 888929