The Black Country and West Birmingham Training Hub are committed in investing into the non-clinical workforce; we recognise the vital role that the non-clinical workforce play in supporting and contributing to the delivery of our front line services within Primary Care.
Our aim is to invest in the non-clinical workforce now and in the future to ensure our front line services are sustainable and continue to provide high-quality services.
The Black County and West Birmingham Training Hub offer a range of training and development opportunities for the non-clinical workforce; this could include personal and professional development through academic rotes, developing pathways into direct clinical roles, mentorship and access to supportive and professional networks.
The purpose of offering a range of training and development needs ensures that non –clinical staff have the opportunity to enhance their own professional development in turn increasing capability, efficiency and effectiveness with our PCNs/Practices.
The Black Country and West Birmingham Training Hub are keen to support and encourage learning and improvements through implementing a range of mechanisms to ensure our non-clinical workforce have the up to date skills and knowledge to undertake their role confidently and successfully.
Please take a look through the pages to see what is on offer to the non-clinical workforce.
Click the link below to see more information about the new roles within our Primary Care Networks: