Health Education England (HEE) Funding for

Level 7 Accredited Professional Nurse Advocacy (PNA) Training Programme

Herefordshire and Worcestershire have now been allocated 3 places for this popular training.
Expressions of interest are now open for nursing staff working within Primary Care to attend the above fully funded 10 day training programme
Cohort 1 commencing 30th November 2021
Cohort 2 commencing 1st December 2021
Other cohort dates TBC
The PNA Training Programme will focus on the four functions of the Advocating for Education and Quality and Improvement (A-Equip) Model:
➢ Clinical Supervision (Restorative)
➢ Monitoring, Evaluation and Quality Control (Normative)
➢ Personal Action for Quality Improvement
➢ Education and Development (Formative)
but it will primarily focus on restorative clinical supervision, for further information please follow the link
NHS England » Professional Nurse Advocate
Entry Requirements:
  • Accessible for those Bands 5 and above
  • Evidence that you have obtained a Level 6 qualification or equivalent. Equivalency Examples; Post-Graduate Modules, Internal Level 6 Modules or Pre-2012 Nursing Diploma
  • You have line manager approval
  • You are able to commit to all 10 training days
In view of the time commitment required to complete the PNA Training programme, we would not recommend that you apply for the PNA training programme, whilst you have other academic commitments.
Should applications received, exceed places available, an interview process alongside an equitable PCN allocation system will be applied.

Expressions of interest detailing how the applicant meets the above criteria should be submitted by email to:

Closing date for applications is

28th October 2021

For any queries, please contact the Training Hub on the above email.