Managing a multi-located team

  • Blended learning programme

This new module provides learning and guidance on leading a team whose members are based across multiple sites for some or all of the working week. It is suitable for anyone in a management or leadership position, including those managing staff across a multi-site GP Contract or overseeing ARRS staff across multiple practices. The course course content is developed from our well-received managing a remote team module.

Target audience:Anyone managing multi-site teams including GPs, practice managers and coordinators
Time:The taught day is on Friday 4 November 2022, the rest of the online e-learning units can be completed flexibly.
Format:4 e-learning units and 1 compulsory taught day, delivered virtually
Cost:£280 per delegate (inclusive of VAT)
Overview:The module consists of four units:

  1. Self-awareness and managing multi-located team dynamics.
  2. Managing individuals in a multi-located team.
  3. Maintaining communication and monitoring a multi-located team.
  4. Managing conflict in a multi-located working environment.

To complete the module and receive a certificate, learners must complete a series of multiple-choice questions following each unit. To consolidate learning for revalidation or appraisal purposes, at the end of the module, learners are given the option to submit a 500-word reflective account, for which constructive feedback will be provided.

Learners will have access to the online module for three months from the date of payment and will be enrolled on the next taught day session available. The module is written and delivered by an expert in the field who is a published author on leadership and conflict resolution.

CPD points/accreditation:Professionally accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners and the CPD Standards Office.
Feedback from previous sessions:
  • “I could tell everyone on the training was really interested in what they were learning. Everyone got involved and they were really vocal about what they hoped to learn and what skills they had developed.”
  • “I enjoyed all the units and loved the social and psychological theories that underpin actions consciously or sub-consciously.”
  • “I enjoyed the course and feel it is a very useful one for managers in general especially as remote working becomes a long term option within the NHS- and therefore needs to be done safely for staff and employers.”

Note: this feedback was given regarding our managing a remote team module from which this new module is derived.