Atrainability are developing a programme of digital Human Factors modules, utilising revolutionary neuroscience base learning methodology, Download™, that delivers knowledge transfer straight to the long-term memory increasing both the efficiency and effectiveness of training.
The use of Download™ provides a number of benefits :
Effective: improved knowledge acquisition and retention
Efficient: reduced time to learn
Flexible: Anytime, anywhere learning
Accessible: Use any web enabled devise
Scalable: Train whole teams and Trusts
Cost efficient: No back fill
Atrainability have partnered with Download Learning to develop digital learning programmes for medical professionals. Download Learning are pioneers and global leaders of neuroscience based digital learning.
The Download™ methodology applies the neuroscience of long-term memory formation to digital learning. This has numerous benefits and is establishing new benchmarks for the efficiency and effectiveness of learning.
We have been providing Human Factors training for over 18 years Instructors from various disciplines including Medical, Military and Aviation Measureable results in many NHS Trusts Recognised as a leading provider of in-house Human Factors training Bespoke courses available following initial assessment
Since 2002 Atrainability have been providing Human Factors Training to Healthcare Providers and we have experienced that the majority of issues affecting team and individual motivation and performance are related to one or more of the following areas.
Atrainability can help teams address all of these and other 'Human Factors' that help high-performance professionals achieve their potential sustainably
Hierarchy issues and Communication
across perceived hierarchy gradients and barriers to escalation of immediate and systemic issues
Changes to plan and disorganisation
disruptive changes to plan frequently with associated communication issue
Stress and time management
managing stress at a personal and professional level
No feedback, debriefing, no thanks
a dearth of positive feedback and appreciation
Avoidable error and associated harm is sadly not decreasing and the associated costs are a tremendous drain on financial resources and contribute to staff sickness and burnout. There are increasing vacancies in health and social care that are simply untenable.
Human Factors play a crucial role in improving team building, communication and safety, it examines the relationship between human beings and the systems with which they interact. It covers aspects of behaviour such as communication, situation awareness and self-awareness.
Human error cannot be eliminated, but with the right tools, awareness and planning the behaviour and actions which can lead to error can be mitigated, avoided and learned from.
“Brilliant course, well-presented & held my attention throughout. I really thought about my practice & how the team reacts. Really made me think & gave me simple actions that I can implement on a day to day basis.” Julie Johnson - Manager Weston Health & Social Care Team
“I can honestly say that the two Atrainability Human Factors courses that I have attended have been two of the most influential and beneficial courses I have attended, they have made a huge change to my clinical practice” Rachael - Doctor of Emergency Medicine
“Frimley Park Hospital PGMEC had the privilege of hosting Trevor Dale who led 2 workshops on "Safety in Clinical Practice" to our surgeons and theatre staff. These sessions were informative, inspiring and have challenged us to rethink how we deliver a safe service to patients in theatres. Trevor was erudite and entertaining throughout the sessions!” Patrick Fon Sen Chong - Consultant Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon
“This course has really helped me understand more about the human elements of errors and error reporting. We focus a lot in healthcare on systems and process and it’s really widened my thought processes around how we behave as humans and how that impacts on what we do when we’re working.” Julie Jones – Birmingham Healthcare NHS Trust
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