Learning Beyond Registration

Learning Beyond Registration (LBR) is the name used for education funded by regional NHS Strategic Health Authorities to provide non-medical and NHS professionals with skills based training (subject to their eligibility). The aim is to support healthcare staff to gain skills that are a key priority for the workforce delivery of their respective trust. The LBR contract supports registered healthcare professionals wanting to ‘top-up’ from diploma level to undergraduate degree level as well as those who require individual skills-based courses.

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LBR Links

East Midlands NHS LBR
http://lbr.eastmidlands.nhs.uk

Midlands East LBR
http://www.eastmidlands.nhs.uk

Lincolnshire Community Health Services Staff login required

Learning Beyond Registration (LBR) is a vital part of developing competent, capable practitioners appropriately prepared to deliver a client-focused service. You can apply directly to the University of Lincoln via the pages below.


This course is aimed at practising care nurses with 12-18 months clinical experience. It is delivered as two modules and the overall aim is to develop critical care skills and knowledge with an application to practice in order to deliver high quality, evidence-based critical care.
This module is designed to enable practitioners to develop the skills to lead teams in the resuscitation room and manage cases which require knowledge and skills that the College of Emergency Medicine (CEM) curriculum recommends should be acquired during higher specialist training.
The aim of this unit is to introduce practitioners to the key skills and knowledge required to take a comprehensive history and physical examination of the adult patient.
The aim of the module is to ensure that practitioners have the requisite capabilities to work within the new context of acute mental health care.
The aim of this module is to explore issues in the prevention, investigation and control of infection across all practice settings. The principles of applied microbiology will be critically examined and the risk factors associated with patients, staff, practices, premises and pathogen survival discussed.
The accredited short course entitled 'The Essential Principles of Palliative and End of Life Care' will provide a framework for multidisciplinary practitioners to develop their existing knowledge and understanding of death and dying, in order to enhance their care practice.
This course seeks to introduce students to a framework that can enhance existing attitude, knowledge and skills and be safely applied to everyday encounters with service users who have pervasive and persistent difficulties around managing their relationship with themselves and their social environment.
This Certificate in Non-Medical Prescribing validated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council prepares students to prescribe within both independent and supplementary frameworks. It provides the main theoretical perspectives associated with evidence-based therapeutics, the consultation process including concordance and the legal, ethical and professional issues associated with the prescribing role.
This Certificate in Non-Medical Prescribing validated by the Nursing and Midwifery Council prepares students to prescribe within both independent and supplementary frameworks. It provides the main theoretical perspectives associated with evidence-based therapeutics, the consultation process including concordance and the legal, ethical and professional issues associated with the prescribing role.
The programme will prepare healthcare professionals to be responsible for the learning, supervision and assessment of students in practice setting.
This module aims to equip practitioners with a repertoire of therapeutic skills that can be used within everyday mental health practice. These interventions should support service users and carers to understand and make meaningful changes to their lived experience of mental health problems and so promote their recovery.