Mentor Media Training win NHS accreditation

 

Mentor Media Training, based in Bristol and London, is delighted to have been awarded accreditation for one of its courses by The Royal College of Physicians. 

The recognition of our media training for six Continuing Professional Development credits, comes after Magnus Carter and Dave Mason delivered a Media Awareness course at the University Hospitals Bristol, Education Centre.

Having been approved by the Federation of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom for 6 category 1 (external) CPD credits, participants in Mentor's Media Training course are entitled to certificates of attendance. Details are now available on the relevant NHS database and Royal Colleges of Physicians CPD website.

To find out more and book your team onto one of our top rated courses, please go to our 'contact us' page

 

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