HEE Commissioning Round for ACP Training 22-23

The application process for supported ACP Training in this year’s commissioning round is currently paused by HEE.

If you would like to express an interest in ACP training in the South Yorkshire area or to discuss a potential application, please contact us.


ACP Training In Primary Care Webinar

On Thursday 10th February 2022 the SY Primary Care Workforce & Training Hub in association with the SY Faculty for Advanced Clinical Practice hosted a webinar on the application process for ACP training in primary care 22-23. To watch a recording of the session please click below:


Summary of HEE offer for ACP Training 22-23:

  • Masters ACP Apprenticeship course fees fully funded through apprenticeship levy plus 5% employer contribution from HEE
  • HEE Clinical Salary Support* (Training Grant) paid to employing organisation for duration of training
  • Fees Funded/Top-Up Route for trainees who are not eligible for apprenticeship

*Training Grant amount for 22-23 TBC, amount for 21-22 was £10,000 per individual (approx £833 per month) for duration of training, up to a maximum 3 years (£30,000.)


Applications for the HEE Commissioning Round 22-23:

  • Applications must be from employing organisations via a named ACP Lead (e.g. practice manager/business manager/PCN manager/Federation lead etc.)
  • You are advised to read both the ACP Commissioning Guidance 22-23 and the Guidance for ACP Education & Training prior to application
  • Complete the online application form (one application per role required)
  • Submit a trainee ACP Job Description in support of your application to the SY Faculty of Advanced Clinical Practice- a sample version which you are free to use or amend is available below.
  • Successful applicants will be notified w/c Monday 4th April 2022.

To discuss a potential application:

If you would like to discuss a potential application with the SY Primary Care Workforce & Training Hub and the SY Faculty of Advanced Practice via MS Teams, please contact us


To find out more about the ACP role: