Clinical Professional Development for Occupational Health Nurses

A series of 6 practical training workshops including:

  • Employment Health Screening
  • Fitness for Work
  • Skin & Respiratory Surveillance: History Taking & Case Management
  • Health Surveillance: History Taking & Case Management
  • Sickness Absence Management Referrals
  • Occupational Health Condition Management

NPAG’s Clinical Professional Development for Occupational Health Nurses training programme is suitable for clinicians at all levels and experience within Occupational Heath. The teaching provided within these modules provides opportunities for professional preceptorship and mentoring, differentiating the training at all levels. The intention is to provide nurses with the daily clinical and professional skills and experience that they require to undertake their duties. Those attending will gain clinical skills, which will serve to support further academic qualifications and training.

These courses are now complete for 2021. To register your interest on our Spring 2022 course dates please contact Marie Cherry.


“Invaluable course – will prepare me for my future career in Occupational Health.”

Skin & Respiratory Surveillance History Taking & Case Management Module, October 2016

University Hospitals Bristol NHS FT

“Very informative, lots of useful informative and I found the content / discussions educational and engaging. Not one sleepy moment as Lucy was wonderful at ensuring everyone could contribute towards the learning process. Thank you so much.”

Employment Health Screening Module, February 2017

Saint Benedict Catholic Volintory Academy

“Well delivered content. Lucy explains everything in a really straight forward way. Looking forward to my next module in March!“

Fitness for Work Module, February 2017

Prevent UK Ltd

‘Really useful day – very knowledgeable  trainer.’



Occupational Health Condition Management, February 2018

Occupational Health Nurse, Kettering General Hospital NHS FT

“Excellent course. Informative. Opportunity for discussion & sharing experiences.”

Fitness For Work Module, February 2019

Physiotherapy Lead Staff Health & Wellbeing, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board