Completing a masters level programme at a university (PGCert, PGDip or Masters)
Although it’s not mandatory to complete a masters level programme to become a supervisor in primary care, we acknowledge that some educators would like to undertake an M-level programme to further their knowledge and skills as an educator.
Supervisors may wish to start by enrolling on a PG Certificate course in the first instance, progressing to a Diploma and/or a masters degree at a later stage. Most universities deliver a programme in clinical / healthcare education and offer a flexible approach to study and completion. Contact your local institution for further information.
In order to encourage and support such an undertaking, the Multiprofesional Faculty Development team provide scholarships (maximum £1,750 available) to help cover the cost of a masters level programme. For further information and to receive the application form please contact: email@example.com