Business Case Planning for Healthcare Professionals – 1 day workshop

 

  • 1 day Programme

  • Only £147 (discounts available – see below)

  • Cost includes all materials and refreshments

  • Accredited for 6 CPD points.

  • A highly interactive course with plenty of opportunities to share experiences with your fellow participants and ask questions of your trainers.

  • Learn how to:
    Use our C.O.R.E. planning process to develop your business case

    C = Current situation
    O = Options for change
    R = Request for resource
    E = Evaluation of your proposal

    Identify key stakeholders and how to engage with them

    How to utilise highly effective planning tools such as SWOT and PEST to enhance your proposal

    Ask for what you want in order to get what you need

  • Discounts of up to 20% available for multiple bookings.
    2 bookings = 10% discount.
    3 Bookings = 15% discount.
    4 bookings = 20% discount.
    Book yourself on to multiple courses or book yourself and a colleague on to the same course to save!

Business Case Planning for Healthcare Professionals - programme outline
TimeSession TitleNotes
09.00Arrival, registration and refreshmentsTea/Coffee and soft drinks will be available
09.30Welcome introductions and objectivesTrainers and participants introduce themselves and discuss their objectives for the day.
10.00Why bother with a business case?Participants will engage in a round table discussion about business cases and why they are required.
10.30Project Initiation Documents (PIDs)Most sectors of the NHS will have PIDs that are required when creating a business case. Participants will discuss examples of these.
11.00Break
11.15CORECORE is a useful planning tool designed to capture critical information required for a business case.
C = Current situation
O = Options for change
R = Request for resource
E = Evaluation of your proposal
Participants will work through CORE and apply this to real life situations.
12.30Lunch
13.15PEST analysisPEST is an extremely useful tool in preparing a business case.
PEST stands for:
Political
Economic
Sociological
Technological
Participants will consider how these factors affect their proposal either positively or negatively.
14.00SWOT analysisSWOT is another incredibly useful tool that can be applied in several situations, including business case planning.
SWOT stands for:
Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats
Participants will conduct a SWOT analysis on their own business cases.
14.45Break
15.00Stakeholder mappingIdentifying and engaging with stakeholders is a crucial to the success of any business case.
In this section, participants will learn how to identify and engage with their key stakeholders.
15.30Cost - benefit analysisParticipants will learn how to construct a simple cost benefit analysis for their business case
16.00Action plansParticipants will create action plans based on their key learning from the day.
1630Course closes
VenueDatesAvailabilitySummaryAction

Liverpool – The Education Centre, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Prescot Street,
Liverpool, Merseyside.
L7 8XP

9th April 2020Available

Registration - 09.00
Course starts – 09.30
Course closes - 16.30

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Liverpool – The Education Centre, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Prescot Street,
Liverpool, Merseyside.
L7 8XP

18th June 2020Available

Registration - 09.00
Course starts – 09.30
Course closes - 16.30

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Liverpool – The Education Centre, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Prescot Street,
Liverpool, Merseyside.
L7 8XP

13th August 2020Available

Registration - 09.00
Course starts – 09.30
Course closes - 16.30

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Liverpool – The Education Centre, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Prescot Street,
Liverpool, Merseyside.
L7 8XP

15th October 2020Available

Registration - 09.00
Course starts – 09.30
Course closes - 16.30

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Liverpool – The Education Centre, Royal Liverpool Hospital
Prescot Street,
Liverpool, Merseyside.
L7 8XP

3rd December 2020Available

Registration - 09.00
Course starts – 09.30
Course closes - 16.30

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