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Exciting opportunity for practice managers and aspiring managers in Lincolnshire

A fantastic development opportunity not to be missed.

Lincolnshire LMC have joined forces with the IGPM and Damar Training to develop a bespoke programme for Lincolnshire General Practice staff who are either experienced managers wanting to gain a level 5 qualification, who are new to the practice manager role or who are aspiring to become a practice manager in the future.

The programme is the Level 5 operations and departmental manager apprenticeship, accredited by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM). The programme will be run in line with the IGPM accreditation framework which will enable students to submit the IGPM accreditation application upon completion if they wish. In addition to this, the course will include sessions specifically focussed around the role of a general practice manager providing students with a more bespoke experience, relevant to their role.

This is a fantastic development opportunity not to be missed!

Suitable for:

  • Practice managers who are new to the role
  • Departmental managers who are new to the role
  • Experienced managers in general practice who are looking to gain a recognised, accredited qualification
  • Departmental managers who are looking to become practice managers
  • Assistant and Deputy managers who are looking to become practice managers
  • Team leaders and anyone in practice who meets the entry criteria and is aspiring to move into general practice management in the future.

Please share the news of this fantastic opportunity with your colleagues. Expressions of interest and requests for further information can be sent to Rosa.Wyldeman@nhs.net

  • Deadline to confirm intent: 10th April 2024
  • Application deadline: 10th May
  • Course start date: June 2024

 

 

First Published
8 March 2024
Updated On
1 April 2024
Due to be Reviewed
1 June 2024
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