To become registered on the UK Public Health Register, a portfolio must be assessed through a local assessment scheme. The scheme for Wales is co-ordinated by the People and Organisational Development Team at Public Health Wales.
Practitioners accepted on to the Welsh scheme are able to access a range of support to develop their portfolio of evidence against the 34 standards. This includes CPD opportunities and mentoring around self-assessment, collating evidence and demonstrating competence. Applicants are allocated a mentor, an assessor, and access to an online assessment tool.
Practitioners potentially interested in the Practitioner Registration Scheme should complete an application form with the support of their line manager, and a self- assessment form. There is usually one new cohort taken on annually.
We welcome enquiries about any aspect of the Public Health Practitioner Registration Scheme.
For information on dates of the next intake, contact Peoplesupport.PHW@wales.nhs.uk
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