About Training Hubs

Training Hubs have been established across the UK to support the delivery of a primary care workforce capable of meeting the needs of our local population’s health and improve clinical outcomes. This will be achieved through the recruitment of new staff into General Practice; the retention of existing staff through development, training and up-skilling and development of new roles within the primary care health community.

The Buckinghamshire Training Hub, Oxfordshire Training Hub,  and Berkshire West Training hubs, have developed closely linked with their local primary care organisations and CCGs to ensure they can meet the needs of local staff and their communities. The local Training Hubs provide training, education and workforce support.

If you would like to find out more about what is happening in your local training Hub please visit their websites by clicking on the links below.


Primary care needs a system of coherent, locally-managed but quality-assured educational governance that encompasses all training and education. The establishment of Training Hubs across BOB in 2017 was the start of that process, ensuring that training, education, development and workforce promotion is identified and provided locally, by local practitioners. The Training Hubs are working closely together with commissioners, providers and higher education and training organisations the BOB ICS to ensure there is a coordinated plan to support primary care across the area.