Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellowship


Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellows

Health Education and Improvement Wales is committed to developing high quality clinical managers for the future NHS through Quality Improvement Skills Training (QIST). Graduates from the Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellowship (WCLTF) programme will be ideally placed to build and lead developments and improvements in the delivery of healthcare.

The Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellowship (WCLTF) programme is a one year out of training programme for doctors, dentists, pharmacists, optometrists, AHPs and Healthcare Scientists. The WCLTF programme provides training and hands-on experience in clinical leadership and management. The aim of the scheme is to recruit and develop the most aspiring clinical leaders of the future.

WCLTF undertake a leadership and management project from proposals submitted by healthcare organisations in Wales. Leadership Fellows work closely with senior medical/dental/pharmacy/optometry/AHP/Healthcare Scientist colleagues and are supported in their host organisations by project supervisors.

The programme equips the Leadership Fellows with a range of knowledge, skills and experience required to be credible influential clinical leaders in a future modern NHS.


Applications close on Tuesday 1 December 2020. Click here to read more about the Welsh Clinical Leadership Training Fellowship and how to apply.

More Information

  • Contacting Dr Ian Collings, Director of Medic Professional Support and Development, HEIW.
  • Contacting Miss Stacy Lloyd, QIST manager, HEIW.
  • You can follow the current cohort of fellows and find out what they are up to on Twitter @WelshFellows.