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  • Regulation and CPD

    Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is crucial for many reasons including maintaining registration with regulatory bodies, the Health Professions Council (HPC) and the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC).

  • Already Registered

    Your HCPC/NMC number has already been registerd.

  • Communication

    Communication skills are key to everything you will do as a registered health practitioner. You will find this unit builds on your pre-registration/ undergraduate education and experience and the main focus now is to build your confidence in applying your communication skills independently in practice. This unit provides a range of activities that will help you to develop your skills and confidence when communicating in your new role.

  • Professional Regulation and CPD

  • Policy

    Policy can sometimes feel very removed from the delivery of healthcare. This unit aims to help you understand the important relationship between policy and delivery at a local level. Understanding national targets will strengthen your ability to ensure these are met locally.

    When you are planning your activities to meet the learning outcomes, you should consider the level of learning that you want to achieve. You will find the Get Started and Gaining Credit pages of Flying Start NHS® useful. Additionally, the Post Registration Career Development Framework for Nurses, Midwives and Allied Health Professionals and Effective Practitioner websites will help you to you to assess learning needs and plan for your continuing development beyond Flying Start NHS®.

  • AHP Professional Standards/Code

  • Your Flying Start NHS Portfolio

  • The newly qualified nurse or midwife as associate mentor

  • Web Activity

  • Using your skills

  • Critical appraisal as routine CPD practice

  • Privacy Policy

  • Professional Regulation

  • Mentor activity

  • Managers Support

    Managers play a vital role in creating the right learning environment for newly qualifed practitioners.  By facilitating the space for an experienced mentor to support and guide the newest team member, managers can significantly reduce the stress that we know comes with being newly qualified.

  • Resources

  • FAQs

    Please find below a list of frequently asked questions which are designed to help you understand the aims and objectives of the Flying Start programme.  If you have a question which is not addressed here, please use the Contact Us function to ask the project team.

  • Further Reading

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