24 Jul 2020 | Building Leadership & Capability
The Health Quality & Safety Commission is partnering with the Australasian Institute of Clinical Governance (AICG) to sponsor eight places on the online AICG certificate in clinical governance course.
The course will empower organisations and their staff to provide better, safer patient care. It is a learning opportunity consisting of three comprehensive online learning modules (pre-work of approximately 21 hours of interactive learning) which are completed prior to attending an online workshop for each module.
The workshops take place via Zoom (eight contact hours per workshop) and will allow you to collaborate with health professionals to apply knowledge and skills through scenario-based case studies. The workshops complement the content in the online learning modules and align with components of clinical governance frameworks, adopted by your health organisation and/or your professional association. They also align with the New Zealand clinical governance framework outlined in Clinical Governance – guidance for health and disability providers.
The three workshops and online learning modules that make up the course are:
Visit the AICG certificate in clinical governance web page for a detailed course outline.
Participants must complete all online learning modules and workshops to obtain the certificate. The course is designed to be flexible; the online learning modules can be completed in your own time, up to four weeks prior to the workshops. Workshops will be delivered from 11am–7pm NZST on the following dates.
|Module||November course||February course|
|Applied clinical governance||25 November 2020||5 February 2021|
|Building culture and collaboration||26 November 2020||12 February 2021|
|Advanced leadership in healthcare||27 November 2020||26 February 2021|
The course has been carefully designed so that every workshop delivers learning that is essential to obtaining the certificate. As such, full attendance and participation for the duration of the course is essential. Expectations are:
Organisation sponsors are pivotal to the participant’s success. The role of the sponsor is to:
The Commission will fund all course fees for the eight successful applicants. The participant’s organisation will contribute by supporting the participant’s allocated time for them to participate in all online learning modules and workshops.
To apply for a space, liaise with your organisational sponsor then email your completed registration form (116KB, docx) to Paula Farrand (firstname.lastname@example.org) with ‘AICG certificate course’ in the subject line. Applications must be received by 5pm on Friday 28 August 2020.