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Funding for 2018-19 from NES is available for trainee ANPs within GGC area. This includes those directly employed by NHSGGC and those employed by independent contractors.

ONLY nurses who are actively being supported by their clinical area and are in a trainee ANP post will be funded.


 Application process

The application for ANP funding is a 3-step process:

  1. NES Education Needs Analysis – NES Questback form – this is completed by a lead /manager in each service area. An email with the link to the Questback form was sent to all clinical areas in March-April. THIS STEP IS NOW CLOSED.
  2. Trainee ANPs contact details shared – A Webropol checklist and form will be sent to the leads/mangers who completed the NES Education Needs Analysis in March-April. This form will ask for contact details of the trainees and for supervisor details. This form will be sent out in June.
  3. Trainees will then be sent a Webropol link to download the appropriate forms to complete.

        For UWS – the UWS Advanced Practice Special SLA form

        For all other universities – an SL2 form

        Completed forms should be uploaded back to Webropol

Trainees should apply directly to the University for a place on the appropriate ANP programme. If uncertain about which programme a trainee should go on then contact the Consultant Nurse – Advanced Practice for advice ([email protected])

  UWS -

(Latest date for applications 31st August)


Latest date for applications 17th August.

Please note that there’s an earlier deadline of 30th June for Non-medical Prescribing and the Advanced Clinical Assessment and Decision Making Modules)

Napier (Critical Care ANPs)

Contact: Carina McIntosh, Programme administrator [email protected]

(Latest date for applications 25th August 2018)

For the Non-medical prescribing module apply via the Pharmacy & Prescribing Support Unit – email Mandy Logan, Non Medical Prescribing Co-ordinator for an application pack including your contact details. ([email protected]). ANP trainees should undertake Non-medical Prescribing at Masters level (unless already held) at the institution the ANP programme is being undertaken. Please make it clear when applying to the Pharmacy & Prescribing Support Unit which institution the ANP trainee will be studying at.

 Please note that funding can only be applied for one year at a time, so a further SLA/SL2 form will be needed for the second year of any programme. Trainees will be sent a link with details of how to apply for the second years funding once they can evidence they’ve completed the first year.