Recognised by ILM and City & Guilds as an approved centre of education within the primary care sector, the PMA understand training needs in general practice and have supported the development of NHS staff for many years.

We have successfully engaged thousands of your colleagues to bridge gaps in skills and knowledge through the creation and delivery of a comprehensive selection of workshops.

Our workshops are organised at local level – providing a convenient way to deliver consistent training to practices across a region, while providing the chance for staff to network and share best practice.

Workshops are one to three days in duration, carrying 6 CPD points per day. We also deliver 2-hour masterclasses providing concise updates for staff in a convenient window of time.

ILM will award those attending any six PMA workshops with the prestigious ‘ILM Excellence in Practice Management’ certificate.

If you are interested in organising workshops or masterclasses for your local practices, please get in touch.

As an ILM and City & Guilds accredited centre, the PMA seeks to facilitate and promote best practice, offering education and support to those involved in primary care.

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If you can’t find what your looking for call us on 0330 111 6459 or email enquiries@practicemanagersuk.org

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High Performing Virtual Team-working | 2 x 1-hour sessions

Many team members have difficulty because they cannot see what other members are doing. Even the most skilled managers find difficulty in communicating and building a team when there is no physical proximity. Mastering the art of working in virtual teams will increase your team’s productivity and performance.

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Care Navigation – Active Signposting Module 1

The key objective of Active Signposting (AS) is to help patients access the right care at the earliest opportunity. It is a new system of ‘triage’ carried out at the first point of contact with the GP Practice by non-clinical staff under direction of the clinical team.

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Care Navigation – Active Signposting Module 2

The key objective of Active Signposting (AS) is to help patients access the right care at the earliest opportunity. It is a new system of ‘triage’ carried out at the first point of contact with the GP Practice by non-clinical staff under direction of the clinical team.

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