27 May, 2014
NHS Education for Scotland (NES) in partnership with E-Learning healthcare specialists Aurion Learning, have extended the capacity of the Post Registration Career Development Framework website by developing a new support and supervision section.
The new section will help integrate support and supervision into the everyday practice of Nurses, Midwives and Allied Healthcare Professionals (NMAHPs) throughout Scotland.
The Post Registration Career Development Framework website is designed to provide a platform to support the continuing professional development of NMAHPs throughout Scotland.
The support and supervision section on the website contains a comprehensive competency-based toolbox of tips, guidelines and personal stories including:
The updated area also contains resources and links to help develop the knowledge and skills of those receiving and providing support and supervision to others.
“The new section on the website was written, designed and built with NHS Education for Scotland to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience. NMAHPs can now benefit from content that is simple to access, download and apply in practice with supporting tools, programmes and resources to help them get the support and supervision they need for their long term personal and professional development.” Said Barry Kelly, Product Development Manager at Aurion Learning.
The new section on the Post Registration Career Development Framework website is the latest in a series of bespoke learning resources that Aurion Learning has developed in collaboration with the team at NES.
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About the Post Registration Career Development Framework
NHS Education for Scotland is NHSScotland's national education and training Board. We are responsible for supporting NHS services to the people of Scotland through the development and delivery of education and training for all those who work in NHSScotland. We work closely with a range of partners to deliver our vision of Quality Education for a Healthier Scotland www.nes.scot.nhs.uk