The North West Public Health Practitioner Scheme (NWPHPS) is for the public health workforce across this footprint. Participants on the programme are provided with an opportunity to complete a retrospective portfolio, which demonstrates their Public Health work and competency through three written commentaries. These three commentaries demonstrate a practitioners ‘Understanding’ ‘Knowledge’ and ‘Application’ of the 34 practitioner standards (see the link for more details Practitioner Standards.)
Why is it important?
Professional registration with the UKPHR brings a significant opportunity to become part of a quality assured public health workforce providing clear professional identification
Registration leads to the attainment of core standards required to demonstrate safe and competent practice
The scheme helps to promote the professional development of the middle tiers of the Public Health workforce
What are we doing?
Champs Support Team co-ordinates and facilitates the delivery of the scheme on behalf of the North West Region.
The next Scheme Information Session will be held on Wednesday 9th February 2022, 9.30am – 11.30am. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
Please click here for the UKPHR Employer Toolkit which explains how to embed practitioner registration and development in your organisation and workforce.
This session is also suitable for line managers, prospective assessors and anyone interested in finding out more about UKPHR registration in the North West region.
Please share this with your networks, people wishing to join should complete the Expression of Interest form which can be found here
View the Public Health Practitioner’s Education and Training Directory here
The North West Steering Group (chaired by Martin Smith) has overall responsibility for the development and operational running of the practitioner programme.
The NWPHPS Steering Group has representation from the North West sub regions: South Cumbria, Cheshire & Merseyside and Greater Manchester.
As the Champs Public Health Collaborative is host to the programme, the programme reports to the Cheshire and Merseyside Directors of Public Health Executive Board as part of their performance monitoring arrangements.
The UK Public Health Register is an independent, dedicated regulator for public health professionals in the United Kingdom, providing professional regulation to public health specialists. Visit their website here: https://ukphr.org/
Alix Sheppard is the Scheme Co-ordinator. For all enquiries, please email email@example.com