NCPHN is committed to building the capacity of primary health care workforce to deliver quality health care.

NCPHN partners with local experts and training organisations to deliver face to face learning and development that enhances skills, fosters local integration, builds relationships between clinicians and improves communication between health services.

Examples of NCPHN’s education program include:

The majority of NCPHN’s events are provided at no cost to local health professionals.

NCPHN prioritises professional development that is*:

  • Strategic and aligned to NCPHN priorities
  • Collaborative (Local Health Districts, universities, other partners actively involved)
  • Professional
  • Accredited
  • Clinician led
  • Best practice – uses adult learning educational principles and clear learning outcomes
  • Fosters integration – multidisciplinary audience
  • Accessible
  • Evaluated


GPs: NCPHN is an accredited provider of the Royal Australian College of General Practice (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) professional development programs. NCPHN applies for RACGP and ACRRM continuing professional development points for events with strong GP attendance.

Nurses and allied health professionals: NCPHN provides certificates of attendance, including the learning outcomes that were achieved, to learning and development participants on request. Certificates can be used to assist clinicians that self-report their continuing professional development activities.

Submit your education event to our NCPHN calendar

NCPHN welcomes organisations involved in education to work with us in sharing and or developing learning and development which can further support North Coast primary health care professionals.

Share your education event on the NCPHN calendar here

NCPHN’s Practitioner Newsletter distributes news and events to over 5,000 health professionals and administrators every week. To submit your event to NCPHN’s calendar go here.

Share your idea for an education event here


All proposals will be assessed against local health workforce needs and NCPHN’s Learning and Development Framework principles. All learning and development proposals are also reviewed by the educational advisers and local clinicians that make up the Clinical Council Learning and Development Steering Committee.

*Summary of NCPHN Learning and Development Framework Principles.

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