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Training Hubs

Think of Training Hubs as your ‘go to’ place for any information about primary care workforce, education and development. They work to address local needs. It’s always worth taking the time to find out what’s on offer, whether you’re an individual, employer or part of the Primary Care Network (PCN).

Every practice and PCN will have access to Training Hub resources and guidance. There are 42 at Integrated Care System (ICS) level, with a number of locality hubs that help support links between practices and PCNs.  

They bring together education and training resources from NHS organisations, community providers as well as local authorities. There’s not always an actual door you can knock on to ask for help but what they all have is access to a range of information, resources, apps and contacts within national and local networks who can offer practical guidance, support and advice.  

Training Hubs are usually run by a clinical leader and a manager supported by a network of primary care staff with education and training professionals based in the community. They work closely with Primary Care Networks (PCNs) and Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) to support workforce priorities and tackle health inequalities to help meet patient and population demand.  

They add scale for efficiency and encourage innovation. These hubs are managed, and the work driven by regional and local expertise using the workforce implementation groups (WIGS), or equivalent.   

Find your local Training Hub

Click on the map and select ‘Primary care training hubs’ to find contact details.

Use the regional footprint list to show ICS regions 1 – 42. For any other enquiries please email the national team traininghubs@hee.nhs.uk.

HEE regions map numbered

North east and Yorkshire

1. Cumbria and the North East

2. West Yorkshire and Harrogate

3. Humber, Coast and Vale

4. South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw

 

North west

5. Lancashire and South Cumbria

6. Greater Manchester

7. Cheshire and Merseyside

 

Midlands

8. Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent

9. Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin

10. Derbyshire

11. Lincolnshire

12. Nottinghamshire

13. Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland

14. The Black Country

15. Birmingham and Solihull

16. Coventry and Warwickshire

17. Herefordshire and Worcestershire

18. Northamptonshire

 

East of England

19. Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

20. Norfolk and Waveney

21. Suffolk and North East Essex

22. Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes

23. Hertfordshire and West Essex

24. Mid and South Essex

 

London

25. North West London

26. Central London

27. East London

28. South East London

29. South West London

 

South east

30. Kent and Medway

31. Sussex and East Surrey

32. Frimley Health and Care

33. Surrey Heartlands

34. Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire West

35. Hampshire and Isle of Wight

 

South west

36. Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

37. Devon

38. Somerset

39. Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire

40. Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire

41. Dorset

42. Gloucestershire

North West       

Local Office:

Lancashire and south Cumbria - Claire.Ainsworth@hee.nhs.uk

Greater Manchester - Wendy.Crossley@hee.nhs.uk

Cheshire and Merseyside - Cara.Dillon@hee.nhs.uk

 

North East

Local office:       

North East and North Cumbria - WorkforceTransformation.NE@hee.nhs.uk

Yorkshire and the Humber - TrainingHubs@hee.nhs.uk

 

Midlands

Midlands.TrainingHubs@hee.nhs.uk

 

East of England

PrimaryCare.EOE@hee.nhs.uk

 

London                

PrimaryCare.London@hee.nhs.uk

 

South East

Local office:       

Hampshire and Isle of Wight (HIOW) - PrimaryCareTrgHub.WX@hee.nhs.uk

Kent, Surrey and Sussex - primarycareschool.kss@hee.nhs.uk

Thames Valley - libby.mackenzie@hee.nhs.uk

 

South West

RTH-SW@hee.nhs.uk

These are available on our contact us page by selecting ‘Primary care training hubs’

 

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