Bookings now open for a packed events programme for GPs, Practice Managers and GPNs

LEAD events 2012Our ever-popular events and training programme for practice staff has now been published and is available to download. All our value for money events are informative, thought provoking and practical – ranging from purely clinical topics to CQC, business planning and managing risk – our team of expert speakers have something for everyone. Why not take a look and book your place using our secure payment facility, safe in the knowledge that, as the only organisation focused on helping all practice colleagues with their continuous learning, education and development.


Lorraine, a practice manager in Southwark said: “Londonwide LEAD courses are relevant, highly engaging and interactive. Where applicable, they provide practical examples which can be used in the workplace. The forum provides an opportunity for Practice Managers to exchange best practice”.


Now in its second year, our interactive General Practice Nurse Programme is going from strength to strength. If you are a new or returning practice nurse please visit our dedicated webpage to find out how you can enrol.

Last updated : 10 Jan 2013


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