National Health Center Training & Technical Assistance Partners: Develop Highly Trained Primary Care Teams

Date: October 7, 2021

National Training and Technical Assistance Partners (NTTAP) Training the Next Generation Learning Collaboratives

The NTTAP is pleased to offer two learning collaborative opportunities focus on Training the Next Generation: Health Profession Student Training and Postgraduate Nurse Practitioner Residency and Fellowship Program. Collaboratives are designed to help Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Look-Alikes to implement and sustain.

Each collaborative will include:

  • A series of videoconference learning sessions and coaching sessions with 10-12 primary care teams from across the country
  • Quality improvement training
  • Ongoing mentoring for coaches in your organization
  • Technical assistance; and
  • Access to web-based tools

The Health Profession Student Training Learning Collaborative is a free 5-month participatory learning experience designed to provide transformational strategies and coaching support through: 

  • Assess their current readiness to train health profession students 
  • Identify areas for process improvement to establish a sustainable HPT program
  • Handle partnerships with academic institutions and AHECs
  • Determine organizational capacity 
  • Manage preceptors and students 
  • Effectively partner with Human Resources, Information Technology, Facilities, Operations, Training and Communications
  • Collect and report data 
  • Establish specific HPT training programs from replicable, successful models 
  • Develop a HPT Training Playbook

The Postgraduate Nurse Practitioner Residency and Fellowship Program is a free six-month participatory experience designed to provide knowledge, tools, and coaching support through:  

  • Building the case for starting a postgraduate residency program in their organization by developing a presentation for leadership
  • Identifying clinical, financial, operational, and administrative resources   
  • Developing the structure and curriculum for a postgraduate residency program
  • Brainstorming and recruiting faculty, mentors, and preceptors 
  • Evaluating postgraduate resident learner outcomes and the impact of the postgraduate residency program
  • Preparing for program accreditation 

Apply Now

More information can be found in the application at this link.

If you have questions regarding the application process, please reach out to Meaghan Angers at