Developing nurse leaders in Social Care

BNSSG Training Hub
Delivery Method: Face-to-face
  • What is this?

BNSSG Training Hub is delighted to be funding 2 places on Skills for Care's forthcoming Professional Leadership Development programme (but we are unable to cover backfill costs).

The course itself represents a unique opportunity for registered nurses working in adult Social Care whom wish to engender a positive, caring culture within their organisation -- and the Hub's offer is also a fantastic opportunity, as places on the programme are worth £960 per person.

To be run over a number of months, this five-day course is underpinned by the professional practice standards outlined in the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) code of conduct and shall enable you to focus on your leadership responsibilities within this framework.

Participants will be more effective at leading when:

  1. Working across professional, organisational, and system boundaries
  2. Developing and implementing new practice- and service-redesign projects
  3. Using high-level negotiating and influencing skills
  4. Taking the lead in contexts that are unfamiliar, complex, and unpredictable

To be eligible for funding, you must work in a Social Care nursing position within the BNSSG footprint and be willing to share your learning at a future BNSSG-based learning event. Applicants will need to confirm they have received their senior management team's support, too.

More information can be found by clicking here.

  • When is this?

The programme commences on Tuesday 1 October. As such, applications must be in by 9.00 on Monday 9 September

  • Where is this?

At Skills for Care's offices in London. The Hub will fund rail travel to and from the area

  • How do I apply?

If your interest has been piqued, please download the application form at this page, then send it to
Please do not apply directly to Skills for Care unless you or your employer are willing to fund your place

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