Join your colleagues in a virtual classroom, led by respected medical practitioners who have defining knowledge and experience in their field. In addition to their designated professional qualifications, they all hold additional certification in clinical education and have responsibilities in their daily working lives that guarantee that the information they impart is current, credible and relevant.
The benefits of going Virtual:
Healthcare Skills Postgraduate Diploma in Human Factors and Neuroscience (38 credits level 7) – The objective of the Human Factors & Neuroscience course is to review the key human factors relevant to the delivery of healthcare services from a neuroscience perspective in order to avoid common errors in patient care and to enable more effective and efficient outcome management.
Healthcare Skills Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Leadership (38 credits level 7). The objective of the Clinical Leadership course is to review both the neuroscience and the key human factors underlying successful leadership within critical environments, in order to create high performing teams and achieve improved patient outcomes.
The programme (38 credits level 7) equips delegates who have a responsibility for training colleagues within their professional remit with the skills and knowledge that will allow them to deliver structured, measured and effective teaching strategies. The qualification identifies and assesses lecturing skills and the specific requirements for teaching clinical skills.
This Professional Theatre Access Level 5 (LSI Tier 3 – includes Tiers 1 and 2) (Virtual Course during COVID-19) qualification is recognised as a National Occupational Standard. It is also valid for all credentialing schemes, including the MIA scheme.
The course meets the needs of experienced senior practitioners and individuals who are not yet operationally competent in their chosen field.
With our Qualification in Clinical Procurement, delegates can learn how to promote, market and support their company product portfolio in line with the purchasing systems of hospitals. They will also be able to promote how their company improves patient outcomes and develop a planned approach underpinned by the way hospitals want to buy.
The key to successful selling in today’s healthcare environment is Resilience. Resilient people have good situational awareness and are aware of events, their own reactions and the behaviour of those around them. By remaining aware, resilient people can maintain control of a situation and think of new ways to tackle problems. They have the skill and drive to stay focussed on their objectives in spite of setbacks, or barriers, or limited resources. The good news is that Resilience can be built, and this seminar develops and practices how you can strengthen your Resilience.