‘Passport to Primary Care’ is a Cornwall Primary Care Training Hub initiative, supporting access to primary care roles for newly qualified health care professionals/returners, those with previous experience in different health care fields, alongside those interested in non-clinical roles with no prior healthcare experience.
Passport to Primary Care is a multi-professional introductory training programme, which is delivered through pre-course learning and interactive virtual sessions involving presentations, videos, case scenarios and quizzes to consolidate learning. Participants are signposted to a variety of educational and training resources and following the course, they can access a range of training from Cornwall Training Hub’s prospectus based on their individual requirements.
The ‘Passport’ programme offers a core module, recommended for all those wishing to participate in the Passport programme. The core module consists of pre-work in advance of the virtual seminar. This is followed by optional training modules participants can opt to attend based on their job role.
The schedule for delivery is as follows:
- Core Module – We recommend that you complete the pre-course work in the morning in advance of the 3-hour virtual interactive seminar in the afternoon, Wednesday 3rd November 1.00pm-4.00pm.
- Optional Module 1 – Fundamentals of Primary Care – Wednesday 10th November, 9.30-11.30
- Optional Module 2 – Chronic disease management and health promotion primary care – Wednesday 17th November, 9.30-11.30
- Optional Module 3 – Personalised Primary Care – Wednesday 24th November, 9.30-11.30
Upon booking, you will automatically be placed onto all the core and optional modules. Please let us know (by emailing email@example.com) if there are modules that you do not wish to attend.
A full course description, which also details the pre-work required, is available.