RNAO’s Designing and Delivering Effective Education Programs

by Admin on November 10, 2011

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On behalf of RNAO, please consider registering or supporting your colleagues to register for a very popular upcoming event!
Offered November 28-December 2, 2011
Residence Inn Toronto Downtown Entertainment District, Toronto, ON.

Designing and Delivering Effective Education Programs is geared towards anyone who delivers education in a health care environment. This popular program covers a broad range of topics which include adult education, facilitation skills, and program design, development and evaluation. Attached is a registration form and flyer which we encourage you to share with your colleagues.

One educator who recently attended this event, found the course very useful and said: “This program has made me a more effective educator. My presentations are more professional and carry a greater impact. I am able to give more constructive and valuable feedback to learners. This program has enhanced my career and has given me more confidence in my role.”

Program highlights:

  • healthcare trends and organizational change
  • change process in education and healthcare
  • educators as agents of change
  • strategic marketing of educational programs
  • stakeholder identification and engagement
  • characteristics of the adult learner
  • effective facilitation skills
  • needs assessments, educational objectives and session plans
  • leadership and collaboration
  • feedback and evaluation

Participants of this program can use this course as a credit toward OHA’s Diploma in Health Care Management.

Please forward the attached registration form and flyer to anyone who may be interested. If you have any questions about RNAO’s Designing and Delivering Effective Education Programs, please contact Leigh Chapman via email at lchapman@rnao.org or 416-599-1925 x267.

Thank you!

Leigh Chapman RN, BScN, BA (Hons), MSc, PhD Student
Manager, Centre for Professional Nursing Excellence
Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario
158 Pearl Street
Toronto, ON
M5H 1L3
Direct 416-408-5591
416-599-1925 x267
Fax 416-599-1926

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