Do you need to improve your skills (or those of your team) in experiential learning, debriefing, simulation, teamwork and achieving outcomes through learning? We can help.
All of our courses are highly experiential and designed for 12-15 participants. Courses are held at your site, and all materials are provided. Sites can defray the cost of the course by ‘selling’ seats to other organizations, potentially allowing you to hold the course at no cost to you.
Courses are based upon the Foundations of Experiential Learning which can be purchased on Amazon. Participants in the courses are encouraged to use the materials and course with their team. Completing the course gives participants a limited license to use the materials within their system at no additional cost.
Foundations of Experiential Learning
This 3-day course is focused on how to use experiential learning to achieve measurable changes in patient outcomes (return on investment). Participants will learn and practice:
- The Learning Outcomes Model and how to create a curriculum that changes outcomes (including measurement of outcomes and ROI.
- Experiential Learning and Experiential Learning Styles.
- 3D Model of Debriefing: Defusing, Discovering and Deepening.
**Note, the Foundations of Experiential Learning (FEL) course can be provided as a general overview or focused on a topic such as medical education, teamwork/TeamSTEPPS and preparation for CHSE/CHSOS certification.
Total course price for 15 participants – $15,000
You can purchase the Foundations of Experiential Learning Faculty Development Manual on Amazon.
Experiential Learning in Nursing Orientation – Optimizing RN Orientation
(aka reducing RN orientation by >35%)
This 3-day course is focused on how to reduce RN transition to practice and make nurses more competent, faster. Participants will learn and practice:
- The Learning Outcomes Model and its impact on nursing orientation
- The 3D Model of Debriefing: Defusing, Discovering and Deepening
- How to create a competency based nursing orientation program to reduce transition to practice in your own organization.