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London Multi-Professional
Supervisor Course

NHS England has launched a new supervisor training course for non-GP roles. The Multi-Professional Supervisor Course is for all non-GP roles in primary care, and any clinician who supports learners as an educational supervisor is required to do this course.


There are two parts to becoming an approved educational supervisor for primary care. Part one is to register for and complete this course. Part two will include an ICS Training hub application and assessment following completion of the course

Who is this course for?

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The Multi-Professional Supervisor Course for any role in general practice who is not a GP but supports the educational supervision of other clinicians in their practice.


Participants must meet the following entry requirements for admission on to the course:

  • Not a be GP

  • Work in an approved learning environment*

  • Be 2 years post-CCT or equivalent with relevant mentor, supervision and education experience related to their clinical speciality.

  • Is engaged with the borough Training Hub’s Multi-Professional Faculty Group (MPEG).

  • Will attend all four, in-person workshops of the course and will complete any pre-reading or summative work as part of the course.

Multi Professional Supervisor Course Overview

The course consists of four in-person study days held over a three-month period:

  • Day 1: Course introduction, preparing to teach and facilitate in the workplace.

  • Day 2: Understanding and navigating the challenges to supervision; core concepts in lesson planning and teaching.

  • Day 3: Interprofessional education and assessment.

  • Day 4: Peer review, portfolio review and discussion, next steps.

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Available course dates

Dates are yet to be confirmed. 

How to register

You can register for the Multi-Professional Supervisor Course by completing a EOI form HERE


Those who are admitted on the next course will be contacted and asked to confirm their place on the course. This will require participant to confirm they can attend all four days.


Places are limited. Applications may be prioritised according to local borough needs and educator/trainer capacities.



Further information

General queries about the course should be directed to:

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