Education and training

Our Learning Hub hosts a range of free and paid-for e-learning resources for staff, students and trainees.  

Our events page has comprehensive listings of opportunities currently available to staff. 

Our partnership includes courses on Maudsley Learning.

Education and training funding

The King’s Health Partners staff development fund is designed to help eligible individuals meet the cost of professional development opportunities such as attending conferences or undertaking short courses.

The fund enables our staff to obtain a small grant which will help you do something to broaden your knowledge, experience and/or skills around the Mind and Body agenda as part of your role within King’s Health Partners.


The King’s Clinical Academic Training Office (KCATO) offers advice, best practice and information on navigating a clinical academic career. It is open to all health professionals who are based across King's Health Partners. 

Mind & Body

We're committed to joining up mental and physical healthcare, training and research to improve health outcomes for our patients and service users. We want all our staff to be advocates for holistic mind and body care across our partnership.

Find out more about our Mind & Body Programme including information on free Mind & Body e-learning and joining the Mind & Body Improvement Network. 

Honorary Passports 

All staff are eligible to apply for the King’s Health Partners’ Honorary Passport. The King’s Health Partners’ Honorary Passport was created to allow staff working across our partner organisations the opportunity to develop clinical services, research, education, and training, without unnecessary bureaucracy and duplication of checks.

The King's Health Partners Honorary Passport is open to staff from all of our organisation sites across King’s Health Partners.

For those working across King’s Health Partners, an KHP Honorary Passport Application Form must be completed by your primary employer (such as your line manager at the organisation you are employed by and that administers your pay) and issued by your HR Department. The passport covers staff from all disciplines/staff groups, clinical and non-clinical.

Further details can be found in this guidance to the passports to ensure staff follow proper clinical governance across all sites. Please be aware that doctors who are required to undertake revalidation, including those from King’s College London who need to work within the trusts, must have an assigned Responsible Officer.

Staff must obtain a passport before they commence work on another partner site and have the passport authorised by the manager/clinician who will be hosting them.

To find out more about the King’s Health Partners Honorary Passport, you can check out our KHP Honorary Passport Frequently Asked Questions

Events and latest news

A full list of events and courses available to King's Health Partners staff are regularly updated on our events page. If you have an event or course you would like featured in our listings, please contact

Read the latest news from King's Health Partners and sign up to our news bulletin that goes out to 46,000 staff and students across our partnership every two weeks. We regularly feature blogs written by our staff members describing work taking place across King's Health Partners, if you would like to write about your work contact us on

Clinical Academic Groupings

King’s Health Partners has 21 CAPs and CAGs and these cover every aspect of patient and service user treatment we provide, from cancer services, diabetes, child and adolescent mental health to dentistry and imaging. If you work in our partnership, it is likely that you are contributing to the work of at least one of our CAGs.