NEW TO GENERAL PRACTICE PARTNERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAMME FOR 2022
In collaboration with Ockham Healthcare, McCartney Healthcare Associates, THC Primary Care and Dr Najib Seedat, we are excited to offer the New to General Practice Partnership Training Programme
Training for new partners
Transitioning to a general practice partner includes taking on new responsibilities for a GP Surgery, for the staff members, for the performance of the GP Surgery, and any liabilities. This commitment requires the development of specific skills to be a successful partner, and this Training Programme will provide those skills.
Is this training right for you?
What is included in this Training Programme?
Understanding the Business:
Partnership in practice
Leading teams in times of change
Understanding the Risks:
Strategic management of change
Implementing your learning and planning ahead
Understanding the Environment:
Understanding GP contracts
Succeeding when under inspections
Building relationships internally and externally
Integrated Care and GP Practices
Please Click Here to understand more about Ockham HealthCare and the development of our New to General Practice Partnership Training Programme
Please Click Here to download the breakdown of the modules for this programme for 2022
How will you and your Practice benefit?
Achieve outstanding care for your patients
Meet the demands of change and manage risks
Maximise your potential as leader
Prepare for the future of your Practice
Who will be delivering this Programme?
We have a great line-up that includes an experienced practice manager, general practice partners, finance, legal and business development experts supporting this programme.
Our guest speakers will provide the opportunity to explore specific topics in detail and we will share the details of the speakers closer to the sessions.
Who are the core facilitators?
This programme is for anyone who is anyone who is a new partner in a GP practice or considering becoming a partner in a GP practice and wanting to:
Build their leadership and learn new skills
Further understand business management and understand how to take your GP Practice to an outstanding level
Director of THC Primary Care and Primary Care Network Manager
Tara Founded THC in 2015 and has over 20 years of public and private sector experience.
Tara is a specialist in developing Primary Care Networks, an experienced facilitator and the host of the Business of Healthcare Podcast
Tara is passionate about helping people and giving them the tools, time and support to develop their ideas and bring them to fruition.
Director and Principal Consultant at Ockham
Ben was a Chief Executive for 8 years in the NHS. He has also been a Director of an acute trust and has run national improvement programmes.
Ben has extensive experience of working with GPs, and is best known for setting up and establishing Nene Commissioning, first as one of the leading PBC organisations in the country, and then as one of the largest CCGs.
Founding Director at McCartney Healthcare Associates
Robert has developed a wealth of knowledge working in community and primary healthcare as a solicitor.
Previous roles as an in-house solicitor and senior manager for one of the largest community health providers in the country and one of the biggest providers of GP, urgent care and associated services.
Robert’s expertise supports practices with innovative, focused solutions to deliver new ways of working that are as good for patient care as they are for your business.
Dr Farzana Hussain - Clinical Lead of this Programme
Dr Najib Seedat - Clinical Lead of this Programme
Farzana has been a GP in East London for 20 years and runs her own practice, The Project Surgery. In 2019, Farzana was voted GP of the year at the General Practice Awards and she is a speaker, mentor, GP trainer and appraiser.
Farzana has also held board positions with the NHS Confederation, a GP Federation and the National Association of Primary Care.
GP Principal and GP Partner
Dr Naj Seedat is a GP Principal and Partner at a large practice in Ilford, North East London. He is an LMC Board member, was instrumental in the development of the local GP federation, and is a GP appraiser. He is currently leading the vaccination programme on behalf of 3 local PCNs. He completed the prestigious Cranfield University Business School BGP programme in 2009.
Our core facilitators have worked together for many years supporting GPs, PCNs and GP Federations. They have partnered together to bring their collective partnerships and skills to support you on your journey to partnership.
To find out more about our core facilitators click on Ben Gowland, Tara Humphrey and Robert McCartney.
Important Dates for our Training Programme
The registration for the 2022 cohort is now OPEN
The first session for this Programme is on Tuesday 1st February 2022 from 1pm -5pm
The sessions will then run on the 1st Tuesday of each month, with the final session on 1st July 2022
The sessions are a mixture of interactive and technical sessions and we encourage active participation
Collaborating and building your network is encouraged and this will be facilitated with tools such as WhatsApp
Q&A sessions will be facilitated by our speakers to offer further support
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the cost of the Training Programme?
For those new to partnership, NHS England offers full funding for training, which applies to this course. Find out if you are eligible for NHSE funding by visiting NHS England » New to Partnership Payment Scheme, or email email@example.com for advice
For those who are self-funding, it is £2,500 plus VAT per person
When completing our registration form you will have a tentative place on our programme, a formal place will only be confirmed after we have received FULL payment for the course
No refunds will be issued after payment is made
What if I miss a session?
The FIRST session is mandatory to attend as it will provide the basis for the course and provide an opportunity to meet your peers
The remaining sessions are recorded and we urge delegates to attend the live sessions to ensure they are receiving maximum development from the training
Is this Programme just for GPs?
This Training Programme is open to any role that is considering General Practice Partnership
After our places for the first cohort of trainees are full, we will add you to our waiting list and contact you with future dates of training or availability if there is a cancellation of an existing trainee
You will receive a certificate at the end of the course
There are over 20 hours of sessions to review and look back on throughout the Training Programme
To hear from our Core Facilitators you can listen to their Podcasts: