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Multi-disciplinary preceptorship toolkit

Welcome to the Preceptorship toolkit.

Raising the Bar - Shape of Caring: A Review of the Future Education and Training of Registered Nurses and Care Assistants clearly described the importance of a year long robust preceptorship programme; to socialise and transition newly qualified nurses to registered professionals; raising the bar of skills and knowledge.

Health Education England working across the North West has worked in partnership with The University of Chester and NHS providers, building on the existing best practice across the region, to develop the NW Preceptorship Toolkit.

The toolkit contains a framework of best practice which is based on the programmes from Central Manchester University Hospitals, NHS Foundation Trust and Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and provides a checklist of expected / desired elements of quality Preceptorship programmes. Each element of best practice has its own section and sub-sections with working examples which can be readily adapted for use.

4. Portfolio

4.1. Portfolio evidence
4.2. Self-assessment tools
4.3. Skills log
4.4. Reflective practice
4.5. Month by month planner

4. Portfolio