Year of Care training is the onlynational training programme that commissioners can be sure will deliver the key learning and positive impact from the Year of Care pilot programme.
This means that it is carefully crafted to address participants’ attitudes, skills and the infrastructure changes they need to make to implement. It emphasises how care planning links to service organisation, redesign and commissioning via the Year of Care House model.
Course providers usually work with organisations to develop a local programme of training and support to embed care planning within the local health community, tailored to and costed for your local requirements.
This usually includes 3 core elements
- Advice and Support around the implementation of a local Year of Care Programme
- Training for key professionals , in particular Care Planning training for clinicians
- Training local trainers via Quality assured processes and the option to train local Facilitators to support practices with local implementation
The training is aimed at clinical teams who would normally deliver routine long term condition care.
The core training not only focuses on the attitudes and consultation skills to deliver a collaborative care planning consultation, but also shares tools and resources via our Practice Pack to aid the practical implementation of care planning. It includes the following:
- Discussion of the underpinning philosophy of using the approach
- Organisational aspects of 'building the house'
- Care planning consultation skills
- Goal setting and action planning
Venue organised by the local team.
Up to 20 individuals trained at a time.
One and a half days.
Type of study