Practice Facilitator Core Training: Comprehensive

Practice Facilitator Core Training: Comprehensive banner image

What's New?

The training has been refreshed to include:

  • More online training courses to support self-paced learning and increase knowledge.
  • Greater focus on collaborative and applied learning and opportunities to interact with peers.

Who should take this training?

  • Practice Facilitators.
  • Individuals supporting clinic teams to facilitate quality improvement. 

What learners are saying

92+% of participants were satisfied with the in-person training.

This was probably the best training I have ever done. It was engaging, personal, psychologically safe.

The way this course was designed was helpful, I liked being able to do the online course and then come in person.

How to Register

Register for the new Practice Facilitator Core Training: Comprehensive Red Deer, Calgary and Edmonton cohorts using the links below. 

Red Deer  Calgary  Edmonton  

There is no cost to take the Practice Facilitator Core Training, but learners will be responsible for any travel costs incurred.

Join the Wait List

If you would like to join the wait list to be notified of any future Practice Facilitator Core Training: Comprehensive offerings, please click on the link below.

Join the Wait List  

Training Details

Upcoming Training Options

 

   Red Deer Calgary Edmonton
Virtual Welcome Session
1:00 - 2:30 p.m.
September 19, 2024  October 3, 2024 October 9, 2024
In-Person Session Dates
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
October 21, 2024
November 25, 2024
November 26, 2024
October 31, 2024
December 4, 2024
December 5, 2024
November 6, 2024
December 11, 2024
December 12, 2024
Virtual Celebration
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
January 23, 2025 February 13, 2025 February 5, 2025
Learning Objectives

By the end of the Practice Facilitator Core Training: Comprehensive, you will be able to:

  • Explain the context of primary care in Alberta, including clinics, Primary Care Networks and provincial structures.
  • Describe essential concepts and evidence for health system transformation including Patient’s Medical Home, Health Neighbourhood, Change Agents, Panel, Continuity and ACTT Change Packages.
  • Implement the ACTT Sequence to Achieve Change with clinic teams to support their Patient’s Medical Home process improvements and to build their internal capacity for continuous quality improvement.
  • Utilize data, measurement and quality improvement tools to help clinic teams to sustain, spread and scale successful process improvements.
  • Apply change management principles and approaches to develop strategies for engagement that meet clinic teams where they are at.
  • Apply coaching and facilitation tools and techniques to contribute structure and process to team interactions, allowing them to function effectively and meet their goals.
Estimated Completion Time

45 hours.

Important Pre-registration Details

To receive a certificate of achievement, all learners must:

  • Complete all Learn@AMA courses prior to corresponding interactive sessions.
  • Attend all interactive sessions (virtual and in-person).
  • Complete Practice Facilitator Self-Assessments.

Please note that the certificate of achievement is given after the virtual celebration and completion of the Practice Facilitator Self-Assessment.

More information is available in the pre-registration tool.

Do you have questions? Email learn@albertadoctors.org.
Learners require a Learn@AMA account to access the online portion of the curriculum.