Leadership Development Programme 2017
The UCLPartners Leadership Development programme is an exciting multi-professional initiative that provides a unique development opportunity to health professionals who aspire to be healthcare leaders of the future. The programme offers the opportunity to gain an understanding of clinical leadership over a range of areas, to develop core skills to support a future senior leadership role within the NHS, and to work with a cohort of like-minded health professionals.
This nine-month programme consists of a mixture of taught modules, action learning sets; and will encourage individuals to participate in additional learning intervention such as mentoring and shadowing within the NHS and in different sectors. A key element of the course will be the design and implementation of a quality improvement project, providing candidates with a real opportunity and experience to make a positive impact on the care of patients.
Taught sessions will include:
- Developing as an effective leader
- Delivering a Quality Improvement project
- Innovation and managing change
- Teams, group dynamics, conflict and assertiveness
- Learning from patients – and Integrated Care
- Career and personal development
- Understanding NHS Finance and Service Development
We are looking for the clinical leaders of tomorrow. The programme is aimed at health professionals who have a strong personal interest in developing their skills in leadership.
All places for the 2017 programme are now full.
Leadership Development Programme Details
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ACTION LEARNING SETS – a definition from the Clinical Leaders Network
There will be one formal written assignment on the programme, a requirement to complete two shadowing activities (one in the NHS and another in a non- health sector), initiation of a QI project, QI presentation, and an Abstract related to the QI project.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Who has developed this programme?
2. How was the programme developed?
3. Who should apply?
We are offering places on the programme to doctors in ST4 and above (as of 1st March 2017), SASG doctors, GPs (ST3), dentists (DFT/DCT), nurses and allied health professionals working at Agenda for Change (AfC) bands 6 and 7, or equivalent. The programme will be multi-professional and all participants will work closely together with colleagues across the range of professional groups.
NB – Doctors who have completed their CCT are not eligible for the Programme.
4. How many participants will be offered places on the programme?
5. How long will the programme last?
6. What is the time commitment required for the programme?
NB- Mandatory attendance requirement: 80 per cent.
7. How do I apply for a place on the programme?
NB- Applications will not be considered unless they have been fully completed with the appropriate endorsement and authorisation/signatures.
8. What will the selection process involve?
9. When will the selection process take place?
- Mon 13 Mar 2017
- Tues 14 Mar 2017
- Fri 17 Mar 2017
- Mon 20 Mar 2017
- Tue 21 Mar 2017
- Wed 22 Mar 2017
10. How will I be allocated to a teaching cohort?
11. When will I know dates for my taught sessions?
The taught sessions for the three cohorts are as follows:
|Cohort 1||Cohort 2|
|Wed 26 Apr||Fri 28 Apr|
|Tue 16 May||Thu 18 May|
|Tue 20 Jun||Fri 23 Jun|
|Wed 19 Jul||Thu 20 Jul|
|Tue 19 Sep||Wed 20 Sep|
|Wed 18 Oct||Thu 19 Oct|
|Wed 15 Nov||Thu 16 Nov|
|Thu 7 Dec – Final Day||Thu 7 Dec – Final Day|
12. How do I get a sponsor for my application?
13. Is my organisation taking part in this programme?
14. How do I submit my completed application form?
1) Via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Via post to: Education Team, UCLPartners, 3rd floor, 170 Tottenham Court Road, London W1T 7HA
15. What happens if I am rotating into another trust during the programme?
Answer: If this is the case, then you should liaise with your future trust about whether they would support your continued attendance on the programme, speaking ideally to your future educational supervisor and/or line manager. For trainees a discussion with your Training Programme Management Committee chair will assist. Contact details for your TPMC chair can be found on the specialty page on the website. NB- Although this has been inconvenient for some candidates the majority have managed this transition well.
If this is the case, then you should liaise with your future trust about whether they would support your continued attendance on the programme, speaking ideally to your future educational supervisor and/or line manager. For trainees a discussion with your Training Programme Management Committee chair will assist. Contact details for your TPMC chair can be found on the specialty page on the website.
NB- Although this has been inconvenient for some candidates the majority have managed this transition well.