A new programme of online courses for those involved in health and social care.
- Working in, or with, health or social care?
- Enthusiastic about make things work better in your local service?
- Keen to put your improvement ideas into practice, but not sure how?
- Eager to hear from colleagues across the country with the same concerns?
- Looking for free, bite-sized Quality Improvement training that you can access at your desk or on the go?
If so, the Improvement Fundamentals learning programme could be for you.
Improvement Fundamentals is a programme of online, self-directed mini-courses in quality improvement (QI) for those involved in heath or social care services.
The courses are free to take part in, and are delivered entirely online in the form of videos, articles, discussion and practical exercises that contribute to your own improvement project.
The programme is organised into four essential learning areas or suites
- Quality improvement theory
- Quality improvement tools
- Measuring for quality improvement
- Spreading quality improvement
About the courses
Each course will be facilitated for a week, during which time participants will have access to the Sustainable Improvements Team’s topic experts for guidance and advice. Following this, participants will have time to work on their own local project.
Learners are able to complete the courses in their own time, with each taking around 2.5 hours in total. This can be done all together or in half hour chunks throughout the week.
Throughout the programme, participants will be guided to put their theory into practice and can submit a piece of work at the end showing how they have done this.
After successfully completing each mini-course, you will receive a certificate of completion for your CPD records.
Improvement Fundamentals 101 Starts 16 July
The first mini-course, Introduction to Quality Improvement Theory starts soon. Introducing you to the basics of Quality Improvement and walking you through selecting and starting your own project.
You can also join the discussion on Twitter using #qihikers.