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Some possible pathways (not all though as there’s too many to list)

Non-Clinical route options:

Business Administration (L3) – Associate Project Manager (L4) – Project Management (L6) 

Team Leader or Supervisor (L3) – Associate Project Management (L4) – Operational and Development Manager (L5) OR Project Management (L6) OR Chartered Management (L6)

Data Technician (L3) – Data Analyst (L4) OR Business Analyst (L4) – Digital and Technology (L6) – MSc Applied Data Analytics (L7)

HR (L3) – Assistant Project Management (L4) – Coaching (L5) OR Operations and Departmental Manager (L5)


Clinical route options:

Healthcare Support Worker (L2) – Senior Healthcare Support Worker (L3) – Trainee Nurse Associate (L5) – (Qualified and registered role as Nursing Associate) – Registered Nursing (L6) – (Registered Nurse with adequate experience gained) – Advanced Clinical Practitioner (L7) 

HCSW (L2) – SHCSW (L3) – NA/AP (L5) – RN (L6) – Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (L7)

HCSW or SHCSW – Assistant Practitioner (L5) – Registered Nursing (L6) 

HCSW (L3) – TNA 9L5) – RNDA (L6) – Advanced Clinical Practitioner (L7)

Registered nursing roles such as nursing or AHP’s can apply for a Physician Associate (L7) (dependent on previous qualifications and math’s and English). 

Become A Clinical Learning Environment​

Train undergraduate learners. It is our ambition that all primary care services become CLEs, and that all learners get to experience working within primary care.

Health Professions in Social Care

Social Care is an area of ever-increasing need in response to an ever-ageing population and the increased health needs of the public. Greater Manchester Training Hub seeks to create new effective Clinical Learning Environments through means of support and learner provision.

Placed Based Development

The PLACE programme aims to support learners to develop their clinical learning opportunities, by embedding them into populations and communities in turn, helping learners to better understand the breadth of issues which influence a person's health and well-being.