You can expect a warm welcome when you join the Royal Devon. We nurture our workforce, celebrating home-grown talent with a wealth of opportunities for career progression alongside a generous benefits package. You'll be joining like-minded professionals who work together to deliver exceptional care to the communities we serve. This is what makes us a great place to work, and you'll be joining a team that feels just like family.

Part of our offer to you is our Preceptorship Programme to help you learn the ropes and make the exciting transition from newly qualified to a fully registered practitioner. 

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What does Preceptorship look like at the Royal Devon?

What does Preceptorship look like at the Royal Devon?

Our Royal Devon Preceptorship Programme will help you settle into your role, providing support over a 12-month programme to guide you as you develop your professional knowledge and skills. The structured programme consists of a series of study days, after which you will apply theory to practice and hone the skills you have learned as you gain experience within your clinical area. These study days are spread over the year and are delivered by our Clinical Training Team, where you’ll hear from our range of clinical experts.

The programme includes a Nationally recognised 'Buddy Scheme' that teams up new starters with a senior leader ‘Buddy’ to offer guidance and development opportunities. They’ll be your go-to people to find out everything about your department right down to where to grab a cup of tea on your break.

The support doesn't stop at the end of the programme. You’ll have your very own mentors to help you throughout your career. Not only do they provide practical help and support.

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Why is Preceptorship important?

Why is Preceptorship important?

This combination of hands-on experiential learning in the workplace and theoretical group learning is so important as it will equip you with everything you need for a smooth transition to your role. Facilitated learning means you will have support and guidance at every step of your career, giving you the confidence to deliver your best and achieve a fulfilling career.

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Last updated: December 20, 2022


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