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Improvement Training for Intermediates: The Improvement Toolkit

This three day Improvement Training for Intermediates will develop and fine tune the skills of improvers. Building on the basic methodology of the Model for Improvement and focus on developing the practical hands on skills and tools commonly used within improvement.

Who is it the event for?

This intermediate level training workshop is ideal for anyone who wishes to learn more about the tools and techniques that can be used to facilitate improvement work and build their skill to be able to successfully run an improvement project. To find out how your organisation can commission this training, email is4ac.haelo@nhs.net

What will the attendees learn?

Hear more about this event with our short film featuring Faculty Lead, Senior Improvement Advisor, Kurt Bramfitt.


How to book

 

If you would like to commission this training, either at Haelo HQ or onsite at your organisation, please contact the team.

Intermediate level course not quite right for you? Learn more about Improvement Science for Beginners and our expert level training.

Information about the venue can be found here.



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Kurt Bramfitt is a Senior Improvement Advisor at Haelo with over ten years’ experience working across health and social care and third sector organisations; specialising in operational management. In 2014 Kurt spend a year training with the IHI and graduated as an Improvement Advisor through their professional development programme. Kurt now leads the ‘Measurement and Capability’ team who work across a multitude of local, regional and national collaborative programmes providing advice on measurement and improvement science methods and building capability in teams to support and facilitate positive improvement outcomes. Kurt is also the course leader and a member of the teaching faculty for the ‘IS4’ improvement science course which is designed to build improvement capability in health care leaders and academics who play key roles across our health economy. 

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