This year, follow through on your New Years resolution and take the time to invest in your career development. Packed with something for all levels, attend one of Haelo’s expert improvement training events listed below:
Improvement Science for Beginners: demystifying improvement 7 September (1 day)
This one-day improvement training workshop will untangle the web of improvement science, looking to equip delegates with an introduction to improvement science methodology and a getting started toolkit to support improvement efforts.
£95 per person, find out more.
Improvement Science for Intermediates: Scale Up & Spread Academy
This two-day improvement training academy is designed to support individuals and teams who have successfully led an improvement project and wish to take it to the next level by scaling up and spreading change as well as sharing valuable lessons and experience gained from carrying out improvement projects. Scale Up took place in July, read the review here. To register you interest for the next session email email@example.com
Improvement Science for Experts: The Improvement Science Toolkit 4–6 September 2017 (3 days)
An all rounded toolkit is vital to support improvement efforts. This three-day improvement training course will provide delegates an opportunity to build practical skills in setting up improvement project, developing measurement strategies, charting and analysing data and correctly running test of change. This intermediate course builds on the theory outline in the demystifying improvement workshop and provides a more in‐depth blend of theory and practical applications.
£750 per person, book your place.
Human Factors Conference 22‐23 June 2017 (2 days)
A unique UK inter‐agency Human Factors Conference, set underneath the wings of the iconic Concorde, will bring together professionals from Healthcare, Aviation and the Fire and Rescue Service. The event is held in partnership with Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Manchester Airport Fire Service and Manchester Airport Group. Read the review of the fantastic Human Factors Conference here.