Preceptorship is a period of support and supervision provided by a colleague with experience. This helps to build confidence, skills, values, behaviours and resilience.

If you'd like to find out more, click the FAQs below or contact our preceptorship co-ordinators Christine or Laila:

James Treanor                                Laila Nisbet
07517 568 627                                0161 716 3469

Email: pcn-tr.Preceptorshipenquiries@nhs.net

 

You must be a recently graduated student or apprentice, for example a newly qualified nurse, allied health professional, health care scientist, pharmacist, nursing associate, or a newly qualified non-registered assistant practitioner.

Alternatively, you may be returning to work after a five year break or entering a differing part of the professional register (e.g. health visiting). It is also available for a practitioner commencing a new role in a new field of practice.

Preceptorship lasts for a minimum of 12 months and it can be extended for a longer period if further support is needed. 

No. Every new starter, regardless of whether they are on a preceptorship program or not, will have a 'yearly conversation' meeting at six weeks with their manager and then annually. 

Perhaps. This would depend on the time period remaining and would need to discussed on an individual basis with James Treanor.

A preceptorship lasts a minimum of 12 months.