This unique programme combines a reflective practice day and individual 1:1 development sessions. This focused development is for an experienced small group of between 4 and 6 practitioners, who have been identified as the “Top Investigations Team‘.
Delegates to invite
These individuals will normally be the most experienced investigators in the organisation or will have been specifically employed in an investigatory role.
The reflective day: a day of professional development for individuals who regularly conduct investigations into moderate to high-impact incidents or near-miss events. Each attendee will present one or more adverse events they have investigated, including the serious incident investigation report written as a consequence. This dynamic ‘action learning’ approach facilitates rich discussion and peer learning.
It presents participants with a unique opportunity to reflect on their usage of investigation tools and techniques in their day-to-day work. The day is comprised of a series of refresher sessions and the presentation of relevant investigation reports by colleagues, which are discussed in interactive sessions. The facilitator will enrich the learning with skill development and discussion that relates specifically to the practice and skillset of the people in the room.
The programme is intended to enable supportive troubleshooting and professional learning in a safe, reflective environment.
The two 1:1 sessions will follow on from the reflective day. This enables each participant to receive dedicated time reviewing the investigation reports written, and allows for specific investigation practice issues/challenges to be explored and improved on. The sessions can be highly structured to address specific performance goals, or undertaken in a more informal way responding to the direct needs presenting on the day of the 1:1 session.
This 1:1 development opportunity is a highly effective way of resolving concerns, emphasising strengths and troubleshooting.
- The delegate will enjoy:
- Fine tuning of his/her professional skillset
- Handling any challenging points when dealing with adverse event investigations
- 1-2-1 attention
- Time to talk