Our eLearning modules are a cost effective means for your organisation to deliver essential content to health care practitioners, based on the internationally recognised and accepted CanMEDS curriculum framework.
Customised for each profession, Transform strategists will design, develop and contextualise each of the quality non-clinical professional development modules to suit your members or trainees.
Focused on optimal patient outcomes, the modules developed by Transform strategists include:
- Delivering Quality in your Practice;
- Communication and your patients;
- Developing your Team: Building collaborative teams;
- Managing your people and your practice;
- The Healthcare Professional: Professionalism in practice;
- Teaching, Learning and Development: Designing learning in clinical practice.
The content covers introductory, intermediate and more advanced concepts across these seven topics.
Leveraging our expert knowledge of healthcare and allied healthcare training environment, Transform strategists focus on education, training and professional development across membership organisations, peak bodies and associations. We have partnered with market leaders in process automation and eLearning to deliver solutions that link traditional ‘silos’, deliver holistic approaches to CPD and enable organisations to seamlessly implement significant cultural and organisational change.
Effective training programs must consider and actively train for skills, knowledge and deliberative practice in non-clinical areas. The outcome of training programs must be greater than knowledge and skills of purely clinical, procedural, or operative knowledge and skills. The healthcare and allied healthcare professional of the 21st Century must display and deploy a very broad range of skills, attributes, inter- and intra-professional behaviours, and participation in multi-disciplinary team care.
Training Programs and curricula have recognised the need for a broad skill set and the importance of professionally associated but non-clinical abilities. However, Colleges and training providers have historically struggled to support these peripheral skills and non-clinical attributes. Targeted online modules combined with deliberative practice within the training setting can address this oversight and gap in current training programs.
Continuing Professional Development should encompass the full scope of professional practice; as such, a sole focus on clinical knowledge updating would be fundamentally overlooking the much of what actually constitutes professional practice. Furthermore, many practitioners require knowledge and skills that far exceed the scope of their training or discipline, including setting up and running a business, managing staff and projects, utilising Information Technology, and managing contracts. Non-Clinical Online Modules can support the development of these important skills and provide ‘just-in-time’ training and knowledge.
If required, Transform strategists can further tailor the content, language and ‘context’ of the module to reflect the corporate image or specific professional attributes of contracted organisations and training providers. In this option, the entire module would essentially look and feel like an internally created product unique to the specific organisation or training provider.