Here you will find a list of educational providers and resources, as well as details on how to access them. This list is not exhaustive, and we are always updating and refreshing. It is always recommended to register using your NHS email address so that you can collect certificates where relevant.

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ACCEND supportive and assistive workforce toolkit: This toolkit provides resources for the supportive and assistive workforce to support your learning and increase your knowledge and awareness of cancer. Click here

ACCEND The aspirant cancer professional student programme. Click here.

ACCEND Primary Care Cancer Care Coordinator Training. Click here.

Click here to visit the SSCA ACCEND page.

In line with the Aspirant Cancer Career and Education Development (ACCEND) Programme, EMCA has developed a programme of study for registered Nurses to enhance their understanding of caring for people affected by cancer, with a view to becoming CNSs or Keyworker within cancer teams.

The programme is aimed at registered nurses who are interested in learning more about a career within the specialist cancer workforce as a Nurse Specialist or Key Worker.

The EMCA Aspirant Cancer Nurse Specialist (CNS) Development programme can be accessed here.

An e-learning platform available to NHS staff, providing a wide range of learning opportunities. Click here to access.

Guy’s Cancer academy has created hundreds of modules, which are accessed by healthcare professionals across the globe. Click here to access.

The Cancer Academy is a comprehensive education and resources platform for healthcare professionals to register and access online. Click here to access.

Macmillan offer free education and training for health and social care professionals working in cancer care. Click here to access.

Future learn provide a wide variety or e-learning courses covering topics on healthcare, cancer, leadership and management skills. Click here to access.

GatewayC provide accessible, innovative, and tailored information to support early detection. Click here to access.

Cancer Research UK provide a range of self-directed and bite-size learning, including e-learning, videos, webinars and podcasts. Click here to access.

The Personalised Care Institute offers free course suitalble for health and care professionals, regardless of profession or seniority. Click here to access.

NHS Surrey Heartlands Training Hub is the ‘go to’ place for information about primary care workforce, education, training and development. Click here to visit their website.

NHS Frimley Health and Care Training hub is dedicated working with Primary Care Networks across Frimley ICB. Click here to visit their website.

NHS Sussex Training Hub team support the delivery of high quality health care through education, development and support of colleagues in primary care. Click here to visit their website.