Current Courses and Events

Good News! Our WDF offer for 2022/2023 has now been released. See below for the full training offer.

Lincolnshire Training Hub operates a fair selection process when administering places on any courses. This process includes the involvement of Lincolnshire system partners whilst collectively promoting the upskilling, recruitment and retention activities in Lincolnshire Primary Care. To apply for a course, please complete the online application form.

This application form may be shared with our Lincolnshire system partners including Lincolnshire STP, Lincolnshire ICB, Lincolnshire LMC, Lincolnshire PCN Alliance and Health Education England colleagues.


Training Offer For 2022/2023

Funding has been provided by Health Education England to support training in primary care. The full offer can be seen below. Please be aware that the training will be released for applications throughout the year either via this website or the LMC.

Upcoming Courses & Events

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Wound Care Training Sessions

Please see the poster below for details of virtual training sessions on wound care delivered by Urgo.

Compression Training Sessions

Please see the poster below for details of virtual training sessions on wound care delivered by Urgo.

Annual Foot Check Training for Diabetic Patients

Please see the poster below for details of annual foot check training for diabetic patients available through Urgo.

Leadership Development Programmes

As part of the People Plan, Long-Term Plan and PCN maturity matrix, NHSEI are currently offering a number of leadership development programmes on their website. If you are interested in leadership development, please sign up by going to their website for more information.

Is there a cost?

No, this training has been funded by Midlands Leadership & Lifelong Learning and is free for attendees.

Who can attend the webinar?

Anyone who works in Midlands Primary Care or PCNs.

Eating Disorders Training for Health and Care Staff

There is now training available for health and care staff on eating disorders. This online learning helps in identifying and supporting people with an eating disorder. For nursing staff there are 3 sessions which take approximately 30-60 minutes each to complete (these can be completed at your own pace).

In order to access the Eating Disorders Training for Health and Care Staff you will need an elfh account. If you do not have one then you can register on the elfh website.

DISC team profile

Midlands Leadership Academy are supporting the use of the DiSC tool to support the development of teams. The use of this tool will help the individual team members understand their own preferences and provides a baseline for supporting wider understanding across a team. DiSC is self-assessment psychometric tool delivered through the Wiley “Everything DiSC” system in partnership with The Fruitful Toolbox.  This tool uses adaptive testing to ensure results are consistent with the model and has high levels of reliability, validity and credibility.

DiSC profiles describe human behaviour in various situations and provides additional insight into yourself and your colleagues, including how you interact as a team. If you and your team, require this type of input to help strengthen your communication and individual /team awareness then do get in touch and we can discuss this offer with you. Further contact us by email

Primary Care coaching and mentoring

We want to encourage  Primary Care colleagues working within general practice, community pharmacy, dentistry, optometry or any other care service to register for coaches and mentors by clicking on this link (

The coaching sessions will help you to strengthen your leadership by creating space for you to stand back, slow-down and reflect if you want to:

  • appraise your decision-making in the midst of the current crisis
  • find ways to create time and space to consider how to lead the transition into the future state
  • Providing you with the opportunity to enhance your decision making, to ‘hold steady’ in and through this crisis and to build and maintain personal resilience in order to help you effectively lead with a compassionate and inclusive style

Primary Care resource including case studies and toolkit

For further information about the programme please


Remote Consultations elearning programme now available

Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked with Health Education England to develop an elearning programme on remote consultations as part of a wider training recovery programme.

The resource consists of practical tips for educators and learners in medical and allied healthcare professions, to provide a generic ‘one-stop’ practical guide on remote consultation.

The session is designed to complement existing specialty and professional specific resources available from elfh and other education platforms.

Remote Consultations highlights the process of setting up a remote consultation clinic and the pitfalls in this environment with specific emphasis on appropriate patient selection, plus the benefits and limitations of remote consultations.

On completion of the programme learners will achieve several skills including:

  • Describing the benefits and limitations of a remote consultation
  • Describing requirements needed and discussing patient selection
  • Describing measures in ensuring patient remote consultation

A suite of resources for trainers and trainees is also available for learners to access, including relevant links to websites, videos and papers.

For more information and to access the programme, please visit the Remote Consultations programme page.

Online learning to help stop the over-medication of people with a learning disability and autistic people (STOMP).

To mark Learning Disability Awareness Week, HEE is pleased to launch, with NHSEI, MindEd and Experts by Experience, new online learning to help stop the over-medication of people with a learning disability and autistic people (STOMP).

People with a learning disability and autistic people are more likely to be given Psychotropic medicines than others. These medicines are right for some as they can help people stay safe and well. However, sometimes there are other ways of helping people and they may need less medicine or none at all.

There are 6 online learning sessions available for health and care professionals, carers, and family members. They explain the meaning of STOMP, discuss opportunities to speak up if they feel someone in their care is receiving inappropriate medication and highlight how they can access reliable information about medicines. Each session can be completed at an individual’s own pace taking approximately 30 minutes to complete.

To see the impact of STOMP, watch Shane’s story. Shane had his medication reviewed and reduced, this has helped him have a lot more energy and live the life he wants.

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