The NMC are running online workshops for SCPHN and community nursing specialist practice qualification (SPQ) courses to help CPs implement the new NMC post-registration standards.
The free workshops aim to provide an overview of the new standards, including what to consider and who to involve when developing new curricula.
Registration is currently open for the NMC workshop on the 26 June. If you are interested in attending visit here to reserve a place.
This workshop will also go through the QA framework, open the floor to ideas on putting the standards into practice, and conclude with a Q&A session.
What’s more in July, the NMC will be a Standards for Student Supervision and Assessment (SSSA) webinar. This will be aimed at both SCPHN and SPQs, and will focus on the relationship between the Education Framework, SSSA, and the post-registration programme standards. Registration is currently open. If you would like to attend, visit here to get your free spot for the 24 July.
The NMC published their new standards last year, with the aim for CPs to get a ‘great education that reflects contemporary practice’. The standards specify how SCPHN and SPQ courses should be designed, delivered and managed, and includes the necessary knowledge nurses and midwives need to provide specialist public health nursing at home and in the wider community.