Health and care professionals working at the level of advanced clinical practice should be able to:
3.1 Critically assess and address own learning needs, negotiating a personal development plan that reflects the breadth of ongoing professional development across the four pillars of advanced clinical practice.
3.2 Engage in self-directed learning, critically reflecting to maximise clinical skills and knowledge, as well as own potential to lead and develop both care and services.
3.3 Engage with, appraise and respond to individuals’ motivation, development stage and capacity, working collaboratively to support health literacy and empower individuals to participate in decisions about their care and to maximise their health and well-being.
3.4 Advocate for and contribute to a culture of organisational learning to inspire future and existing staff.
3.5 Facilitate collaboration of the wider team and support peer review processes to identify individual and team learning.
3.6 Identify further developmental needs for the individual and the wider team and supporting them to address these.
3.7 Supporting the wider team to build capacity and capability through work-based and interprofessional learning, and the application of learning to practice
3.8 Act as a role model, educator, supervisor, coach and mentor, seeking to instill and develop the confidence of others.