Non-Clinical Workforce Programme
The Greater Manchester Non-Clinical Workforce Programme aims to promote a foundation standard for non-clinical roles supporting the delivery of care in primary care.
Each member of staff that enrols on the programme will be given a passport that provides links to training, enabling them to keep a digital record of the training that they have completed.
The training aims to support both core skills and competencies as well as ongoing continuing professional development (CPD).
Once you are enrolled on the Non-Clinical Workforce Programme you will receive a GM Non-Clinical Workforce Passport.
You can review the passport without enrolling, by logging in using our test account details below
Additional links to resources are provided to enable staff to tailor their learning and development to their individual and/or organisational needs. The passport is therefore not a definitive list of training required for individual roles, but should be used as a resource to support appraisal and personal development planning in discussion with your line manager.
The General Practice Non-Clinical Workforce Passport is based on a generic pathway from new entrant through to senior management and partnership roles. Training is aligned to support different levels within the pathway. A set of standardised job descriptions have also been created to support the roles described within the pathway.