After running a series of popular one-day workshop masterclasses with the Institute of Healthcare Management (IHM), the quality, innovation and productivity organisation Amnis has now announced plans to run two Accelerated Lean Skills Programmes (ALSPs) with the Institute.
The three-day ALSP takes participants from beginner to practitioner level in Lean and gives them the skills to lead their first projects within the healthcare sector. The programme fits into Amnis’ Lean Leader Programme, for those wishing to further develop their Lean-related knowledge and expertise.
Participants receive all materials, guides and follow-up telephone and email support, as well as a book by Amnis’ Mark Eaton, the programme lead.
Eaton, who is the author of ‘Lean for Practitioners’ and ‘Sustaining Lean Healthcare Programmes’ as well as over 50 articles and books on topics related to organisational development, Lean and change, commented: “The programme is a new venture between Amnis and the IHM but it is tried-and-tested – with over 3,000 successful graduates at present. Normally, Amnis runs the programme on-site for healthcare clients – so this is a rare opportunity to attend an open programme.”