A significant part of the development we offer is through our online learning platforms.


Three things that we think are important about this; Firstly we want to make the very best use of your time and as much as possible let you control where, when and how you learn. Putting our learning online means you are in control: you decide when you want to engage – because we know you have a job to do too; how much time you have to engage – because we know your time is precious; and the pace at which you want to learn – because we know you are all different.



Secondly we want the experience to be exciting, engaging and something that you really want to do. We are only at the foothills of the possibilities the virtual world offers in supporting us to become a true ‘learning organisation’. Online learning offers so many more opportunities to create immersive, enjoyable and memorable learning experiences. We want you to be excited about those possibilities and find loads of content that is relevant to you. From learning about leadership and personal styles, to having effective talent conversations, to learning about process redesign and improvement techniques, to scenarios that expand your understanding of whole systems working. An introduction to a new way of working that will surprise and impress you.



Finally, we hope that the experience may also prompt you to think differently about what this new technology can offer, and how maybe you can better build this into the redesign of how you work. Not only can you learn from the content, we hope you also get to learn more about how new technologies and the digital world can reshape the way we engage with our patients, communities and citizens.

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