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  • Job Opportunities – Research and Development Worker more…
  • Job Opportunities – Project Support Worker more…
  • Greater Manchester Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme – Stakeholder Events more…
  • Salford Healthy Communities Volunteers – Meet the Salford Star more…

Job Opportunities – Training and Development worker

Date 03.05.19

28 hrs per week

Salary £22,203 pro rata plus benefits

The Training and Development Worker is an exciting and rewarding role that will lead on coordinating training delivery, and the development of the training framework for the Greater Manchester Cancer Screening and Engagement Programme. You will deliver training to a range of stakeholders although you will not be expected to deliver all of the Programme training. Instead you will provide overall coordination and support across the different workstreams and support capacity and capability amongst other staff and stakeholders (especially Cancer Champions) to take part in the Programme and to deliver local training. This Job Description outlines the expected work priorities and responsibilities across the three years. Supervision and peer support will be available to assist the successful candidate to fulfil this role More…

Commissioning Show London

Date 09.06.14

Unique Improvements Will be attending the Commissioning Show on the 25th – 26th June In the Excel Centre London. We will be on stand K22 so why don’t you pop along and have a look at what courses we have on offer and how we can develop a course to suit your needs and help you in your commissioning role.

Anyone makeing an enquiry at the show who goes on to book a course will receive a 10% discount off their booking.

To Find out more about the commissioning show visit the Commissioning Show Website.

for more information about our courses please email training@uni.uk.net or call 0151 486 6737

Introduction to Service User and Citizen Engagement and Involvement

Date 10.02.12
Unique Improvements Ltd have teamed up with Primary Care Commissioning to offer An Introduction to Service User and Citizen Engagement and Involvement Course Free to PCC subscribers. This course is accredited by Teesside University and is worth 20 Credits at Level 4.

November Commissioning Training Courses – Winter Taster Sessions

Date 30.09.11

Uni is pleased to announce, due to popular demand, an extension on the provision of commissioning training courses.  The courses are open to all, are competitively priced and are provided throughout November at a venue near you! More…

Clinical Commissioning Group Training Courses

Date 05.09.11

To address the needs of Clinical Commissioning Groups, and ensure all staff involved in commissioning have the necessary commissioning skills and knowledge, Unique Improvements have developed a range of commissioning training courses specifically designed for NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups. More…

UK Commissioning Campus Established

Date 16.08.11

Four of the UK’s leading skills-development organisations have come together to form a commissioning campus. More…

Institute of Commissioning Professionals Partnership

Date 05.08.11

Institute Commissioning ProfessionalsUnique Improvements are proud to be working in partnership with the Institute of Commissioning Professionals to provide our Teesside University Accredited Commissioning and Engagement training courses. More…

GP registrars call for Commissioning Training

Date 16.05.11

GP registrars call for commissioning training amid the widespread apprehension across the UK about the up-and-coming changes to the GP role that the NHS reforms will bring according to a recent report by pulsetoday.co.uk. More…

GP Commissioning goes live in Cambridgeshire

Date 13.05.11

GP Commissioning is a hot subject at the moment. The government has paused to consider NHS reforms and GP commissioning, but health professionals in Cambridgeshire are pressing ahead with GP commissioning, More…

What is Commissioning?

Date 31.03.11

The NHS is in transition and there is much debate about what is commissioning and more importantly is the NHS any good at it? This is not a new question; every reorganisation since 1991 has considered the same question. However, More…