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NHS Leadership Academy

The NHS Leadership Academy offers practical, targeted, locally-available and accessible world-leading leadership development for everyone working in primary care, whether you are at the beginning of your career or more experienced. They offer a range of programmes from Bitesize Learning interventions to National Programmes at all levels (some funded through the Apprenticeship Levy-see Apprenticeship Programmes .

We have many more interesting and varied offers on our website so please do click the following link - Upcoming Events – South East Leadership Academy .

Please click on this link to view our Leadership Dispatch and offers via your web browser  Leadership Dispatch .

Also check out Surrey Training Hub Training Courses page for our latest learning opportunities in leadership.

Leadership Bites

Short learning guides to “learn in 20 minutes” about key topics to enhance your self-awareness and understanding, to develop your skills as a leader, including virtual leadership and leadership styles, and wellbeing for you and your teams.

Leadership Espresso

Virtual learning session, these are 60-120 minute group sessions, based on key leadership topics, which will be theory, practical and experiential based.

Coaching in a crisis

These are focused 60-minute sessions supported by a qualified Coach from our Coaching Faculty or external provider to help you work through a specific issue or topic that you are dealing with to generate insights and new perspectives to help empower you and move forward in a positive way.

Cross-Functional Leadership: Integrating Perspectives in Health and Social Care

  • This programme is designed to support anyone involved in collaborative, integrated working in Health and Social care. You might be leading a multi-disciplinary team, partnering with other providers, or working across services and sectors. It is an 8-week programme designed by the London Interdisciplinary School to introduce participants to tools for integrated or interdisciplinary work.
  • To learn more about the programme, join us for an introduction to some of the key concepts from the programme and how they might be applied.  

Systems Thinking Clinics

  • Leading change effectively across complex systems is both an art and a science. It requires a mix of sensitive listening and (small p) political and leadership skills, and a strong appreciation of how systems work: what makes them tick, what changes their performance and behaviour, and how to make logical sense of what you are seeing when you investigate and change them.
  • The clinics will be run along the lines of an action learning session. As such, they are limited to 6 participants. Each participant will have an opportunity to present their issue/challenge/area of work and explore with the systems experts, new approaches, solutions, tips and advice about how to proceed to make their change programme work more effectively.

If you have any questions about these events/programmes, please contact

Are you a Practice or PCN Leader with a passion to develop your leadership skills with a focus on Clinical Education and Training in the Workplace?

South East Primary Care Schools have launched their second cohort of the hugely successful Interprofessional Education Leadership Fellowship Programme (IELF). This pioneering programme places educational leadership at the centre of continual learning in Primary Care and supports individuals to embrace their educational leadership journey through building and harnessing their knowledge, skills and experience. It offers a unique blend of learning and development that combines education learning with masterclasses, mentoring and collaboration with other fellows in order to develop new strategies and approaches to improve workforce recruitment, capacity, and resilience in Primary Care.  If you are interested in receiving more information in advance of a potential 3 rd cohort in Sept 2024 please contact the Education and Training Lead at the Training Hub asap to express your interest.

CARE Leadership Programme

CARE is a learning and development programme that empowers primary and community staff to play a key role within their local practices, primary care networks and neighbourhoods, to shape services based on population health needs and to strengthen their leadership. Focusing on wellbeing and building and harnessing resilience, the programme connects staff working in primary and community care supporting joined-up, multi-professional working.

The programme focuses on:
  • Building personal resilience and wellbeing
  • Improving understanding of population health
  • Developing leadership for system impact

CARE is available to primary care, social care and community teams, including pharmacists, GPs, physiotherapists, paramedics, practice managers, health and wellbeing coaches and all roles within community and social care.

The Surrey Heartlands CARE Programme will be held weekly on Tuesday afternoons (12:30-2:30pm), running from 30th April – 25th June 2024. Please follow the links to see CARE Programme, CARE Information Pack, CARE FAQs and CARE EOI Form and email to register your interest.

If you were unable to attend CARE Engagement Event and/or would like to refer to the discussion, you can watch the session recording here. You can also find some testimonials from our CARE alumni or watch this video from our CARE alumni Sarah Rogers or this one from Aysha Badat, who is an Advanced Clinical Practitioner in Greater Manchester.

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