Community Nursing Specialist Practitioner Qualification: General Practice Nursing

The Community Nursing Specialist Practitioner – General Practice Nurse Apprenticeship will support you as a registered nurse to gain advanced level skills and knowledge in primary care.

The General Practice Nursing Apprenticeship supports you in developing specialist skills, knowledge and behaviours required in the implementation of whole-person, place-based and integrated care enabling you to support people in the community in a range of settings including primary care.

The course offers a mix of compulsory and optional modules including:

• Non-Medical Prescribing (V300)
• Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare
• Digital Health Management
• Essentials of Assessment and Management
• Safeguarding
• Education in Practice
• Principles and Practice of Integrated Care Delivery
• Assessment in Practice
• Leadership and Management Skill

You must:

• Hold a substantive post in General Practice
• Be employed for 37.5 hours per week for the duration of the programme
• Have a named Practice Assessor and Practice Supervisor
• Be a registered nurse (If completing the V300 NMP module – must be 1 year post reg)
• Have Maths and English GCSE grade C/4, Functional Skills level 2, or equivalent


  • NHSE Funding consists of a salary contribution £2904 per month regardless of course length (pro rata)
  • Gain a Level 7 Qualification
  • Enhance your Knowledge and Skills in Primary Care
  • Develop your career in Practice Nursing

If you have any questions or would like support, please email at [email protected].