RCN asks nurses for feedback on training

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) is looking for feedback from registered nurse and healthcare assistant members based in England who are currently undertaking any kind of training and development.

Photograph: JH Lancy
Photograph: JH Lancy

This may include national vocational qualifications (NVQ), post-graduate study or any recognised continuing professional development.

The RCN is also looking for specific feedback from learning representatives.

It is seeking this information for use in its review of the learning and development of RCN members, part of the Unionlearn project within the RCN Future Activist programme.

In April 2007 £240,000 was granted to the RCN by Unionlearn for a project to develop and implement a consistent England-wide learning and development pathway for learning representatives and to report on a series of outcomes relating to learner and learning representatives’ activity.

The information will be used to help the RCN to better understand the learning and development needs of RCN members, which will in turn provide RCN learning representatives with the learning, development and resources they need to provide support.


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