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UK Commissioning Campus Established

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

The Partnership includes:

Commissioning4health – An organisation offering clinical and non clinical commissioning training and specialised support for both the NHS and pharmaceutical industry;

The LLMC The University of Lincoln’s resource centre for leadership and management education.

Having already established and delivered an NHS commissioning MSc for Lincoln and Hull PCTs, the LLMC has the experience and expertise to support clinical and non clinical post graduates in obtaining the MSc in Commissioning across the UK.

Unique Improvements – A social enterprise established in 2005 who work closely with Local Authorities, Clinical and non clinical commissioners and third sector organisations.

As the only UK organisation that has university accredited commissioning courses to level 6/degree, and with a range of skills development courses and qualifications available, linked to commissioning and designed to suit the needs of the client

MAON – A leading change management company;

Professor David Head Dean at the Faculty of Business and Law, University of Lincoln said:

“The LLMC as part of the University of Lincoln is pleased to be part of this exciting venture.

It offers bespoke training and development packages that support those delivering change in the NHS and Local Government.

“The campus will offer one of the widest range of commissioning skills courses and qualifications in the UK; including the only MSc in Commissioning designed specifically for Clinical Commissioners”.

Linda Henry, Director of Unique Improvements, said

“Unique Improvements are pleased to be associated with the Commissioning Campus.  The campus represents a ‘one stop shop’ for commissioning skills development at a time when the NHS is undergoing significant change.  The campus’s offer ensures existing and emerging commissioning professionals can gain easy access to the highest quality training and education”.

Huw England, Director and Owner of Commissioning4health, said

“Commissioning4health are delighted to be part of the commissioning campus, with its breadth of commissioning skills and qualification courses, we will in partnership be able to offer clinical and non clinical staff a wide range of choices to support their development and their organisations in the future”.

Mark Axler, Director of MAON, said

As well as MSc, degree and A Level courses, the campus offers approved CPD courses in Commissioning designed for:

  • PCTs and Clinical Commissioning Groups
  • The Community and Voluntary Sector
  • Local Authorities and Districts
  • Health Providers
  • The Pharmaceutical Industry

Find out more about the campus, by visiting

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