Postgraduate Certificate for Clinical Commissioning Group - Introductory Workshop
For those wishing to find out more about the work of HSMC and about the programme, we will be running a free introductory workshop on Monday 3 December 2012. For further details and/or to book a place on the introductory event or to request a full application pack, please contact Kate Vos e: email@example.com
New Postgraduate Certificate for Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) leads (in association with NHS Clinical Commissioners) being launched in January 2013
Free introductory workshop 3 December 2012
Following the passage of the Health and Social Care Act, this new Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Commissioning is designed specifically for clinical commissioners, all those involved in new CCGs and emerging commissioning support organisations. Badged by NHS Clinical Commissioners, there is a discount available to all NHSCC members.
Download the Postgraduate Certificate in Healthcare Commissioning flyer
Although fully tailored to the current policy context, the PG Certificate builds on previous successful programmes such as the MSc in Healthcare Commissioning delivered for NHS London and NHS West Midlands, the UK’s first MSc in Public Service Commissioning (delivered jointly with the Institute of Local Government Studies) and a series of local and regional commissioning development programmes delivered throughout the country. Aimed at both clinicians and managers, these previous programmes have been consistently positively evaluated, and feedback suggests they help those in commissioning roles to understand what commissioning is, where it has come from, where it might be taking us and how to do it differently and better.
The programme consists of three modules:
• Strategic commissioning - 28-29 January and 13-15 February 2013
• Procurement and market management - 29 April-1 May and 21 May-22 May 2013
• Decision-making and priority-setting – 1-3 July and 29-30 July 2013
For those wishing to find out more about the work of HSMC and about the programme, we will be running a free introductory workshop on Monday 3 December 2012. For further details and/or to book a place on the introductory event or to request a full application pack, please contact Kate Vos by email at firstname.lastname@example.org