Our training and education
Our training and education programmes equip healthcare professionals with the confidence to spread awareness messages and the knowledge and skills to support their professional practice. We run four programmes led by our health promotion and training team, suitable for a variety of audiences.
Bowel health and screening workshop
“An excellent and really informative workshop which was very well presented. I came away with extremely valuable information”.
This half-day interactive workshop provides detailed information on bowel cancer signs and symptoms, risk factors and the screening programme. This is suited for a variety of audiences who require more in-depth knowledge, including health promotion volunteers, health trainers and NHS Health Improvement teams. The workshop is ideal for groups of four to seven people.
Colorectal Cancer study day
Our colorectal study days are designed for practitioners caring for people affected by colorectal cancer in primary and secondary care settings. These study days are free of charge.
The NCCNN Colorectal Cancer Study day takes place on 17 September at Chandos House, London and will cover:
- Genomics in CRC
- Immunotherapy treatment update
- An update on the NHS bowel cancer screening programme and uptake initiatives
- Pre-rehabilitation of bowel cancer
- Living with and beyond bowel cancer
- Colorectal metastases and IMPACT
Places are very limited – if you are interesting in attending please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Very worthwhile study day. Came away with a lot of new knowledge that I have passed onto colleagues but have also discussed with my patients. Previous delegate
Norgine has provided financial support for this meeting.
None of the meeting sponsors have had input into the content or speaker selection.
Support for people with learning disabilities
We know that people with a learning disability generally have poorer health and are more likely to die at a younger age than the general population. People with a learning disability are also less likely to take part in cancer screening.
To try and increase support for people with learning disabilities, we developed a ‘Good bowel health and bowel screening’ train the trainer programme in partnership with the North East and Cumbria Learning Disability Network.
The programme aims to educate trainers to cascade information about bowel health and bowel cancer screening to health professionals, carers, families and people with learning disabilities.
As part of the training programme, we developed a resource pack which includes two easy read booklets about bowel health and bowel screening in England and a carers guide.
For more information about training and to order a resource pack contact email@example.com or call 020 7940 1776
- Download our easy read bowel health and the bowel test kit booklet
- Download our easy read bowel scope screening booklet
- Download our bowel health and screening carers guide
- Download our easy read keeping your bowel healthy booklet
In partnership with NHS Health Scotland, we have developed a new easy read resource pack on the Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) being used by the Scottish bowel screening programme.
Proactively developed with the help of people with learning disabilities, our resource pack provides clear and concise information on bowel health and screening.
- Download our easy read Bowel health and the bowel screening test in Scotland booklet
- Download our Bowel health and screening carers guide
- Download our easy read Keeping your bowel healthy booklet
GP study days
Our GP study days are designed for primary care practitioners and medical students to aid early detection of bowel cancer and to ensure best practice in the diagnosis and management of bowel problems. These study days are free of charge.
Previous study day evaluation:
- 93% rated the day extremely or very useful
- 94% agreed that the day met their expectations
- “Great to have good entertaining speakers, made sense and gave us something new”
- “I now refer more accurately”
- “I have developed a top-tips page that I have sent round to all my colleagues and use it when a patient comes in”
GP study days are accredited by the Royal College of GPs (RCGP).
For more information about any of our training, call 0207 940 1760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org