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Prioritising NHS Management Training

Prioritising NHS Management Training

“We should have high expectations of our leaders, but I think if we are going to have high expectations, we have to bake in an expectation that there will be ongoing training, there will be ongoing development, that it will be high quality, that it will be assessed, and that it will give people the skills that they need to do these jobs.” Amanda Pritchard.

To preserve high standards of care quality and guarantee the security of those providing and receiving care, training is crucial for NHS managers, as it:

  • Equips them with the necessary knowledge, skills, and tools to effectively carry out their roles in a complex and dynamic healthcare environment.
  • Provides a deep understanding of healthcare systems, policies, and procedures.
  • Helps them stay updated on the latest developments in the healthcare sector, including medical advancements, regulatory changes, and best practices.

 

Arguing that introducing statutory regulation would improve the development of managers, Amanda Pritchard highlighted that this work should become a priority in order to continue to attract a high calibre of leaders into the NHS.

 

NHS management training to improve patient safety

Investing in management training will aim to set standards and hold those accountable if and when dangerous circumstances arise.

By giving priority to an NHS management training programme that is centred around the patient, risks to patients can be mitigated, resulting in an enhanced and safer experience for them. By integrating components such as efficiently communicating with their teams and effectively managing individuals with behavioural challenges, managers can actively pursue organisational objectives while ensuring the preservation of patient safety.

 

How can Four Eyes Insight help NHS managers?

Our experienced, expert staff design and deliver training for NHS management teams to achieve optimal performance. Our training approach moves through a cycle of designing and delivering bespoke training for management, clinical services and teams with e-sessions, expert speakers and a blended approach of face-to-face and self-paced online learning sessions.

Our training packages aim to support our colleagues in the NHS with improvements and efficiencies, ensuring they can create a sustainable service for the organisation and, most importantly, patients.

We also offer Admin and Clerical Modules to support Band 3 – 5 staff with core skills to deliver their roles. All of our training can be customised to cater to your specific needs.

If you would like to learn more about our NHS management training modules, please contact us today.