Following the redesign of the Supervisory Management in General Practice (SMGP) Programme to be delivered virtually, the SMGP programme will be recommencing.
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What is Supervisory Management in General Practice Programme?
SMGP is a virtual learning programme. The aim of SMGP is to support individuals to develop the personal and professional skills, knowledge, and confidence to perform effectively as workplace managers and leaders.
Who is Supervisory Management in General Practice Programme for?
The programme is aimed at first line managers and supervisors working in Scottish General Practice. There are no formal entry requirements, but it is expected that participants will hold a supervisory or first line management role in general practice and have the support of their practice. The Programme will particularly support new team leaders and practising team leaders seeking to move up to the next level of management.
The programme is divided into three core modules:
Following the programme participants will be able to:
How is Supervisory Management in General Practice Programme delivered?
This is a programme of 10 sessions delivered entirely in a virtual learning environment. In addition to the virtual learning events, you will be directed to other activities and development opportunities throughout the programme. Each virtual session will last for 120 minutes and participants will be required to spend a further 90 minutes each week on their course work and assessments.
To successfully complete the Supervisory Management in General Practice Programme, it is expected that you will:
For more information on the SMGP programme, please contact a member of the Practice Management Team at email@example.com
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