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The Head Nurse or Practice Manager role and the challenges associated with it can vary tremendously, depending on the environment, management and staff structure and practice type/size. Many may also have evolved into a management position with little or no training and/or support, and feel ill-equipped to deal with the array of responsibilities that are required of them, in what can and should be a fulfilling and rewarding position that could transform your career.
Whether you are planning on moving into management, are new to the head nurse or practice manager role, or have held this position for a while and just need some new ideas; then this module will assist you with some of those essential skills needed to be a confident and effective manager and leader.
- Time Management - it can be so difficult to fit the variety of tasks we need to into our working day, but efficient time management is essential to get things done, free your time for important stuff, achieve that ever coveted life/work balance, and stay sane!
- Delegation - we know we need to do this, right? But why and where does it go wrong? Why do we feel we can't pass some things along? Learn how to delegate effectively and for the good of everyone!
- Successful meetings - ok, so we've all been to those meetings that seem to never end, and have no clear outcomes.. Learn some key strategies for ensuring meetings are organised, fruitful and enjoyable!
- Reflection - Thinking about 'where you are, your strengths and weaknesses, how to move forward and where you want to be' are all essential skills for a successful manager, and will help you in areas beyond your work too.
By the end of this module, successful candidates will be able to:
- Identify key strategies in achieving effective and efficient time management, applicable to own situation
- Appreciate and implement the processes for successful delegation, with maximal benefits to all parties
- Understand key aspects of productive meetings, and how to apply and manage a variety of approaches to meetings for the future
- Appreciate and apply the principles of reflection for personal development
Louise Monsey BSc (Hons) Cert Ed V1 A1 QTLS RVN
Louise will be your tutor for the module/s
Louise qualified as a Veterinary Nurse in 2001, held a head nurse position in 2002 to 2004, then began lecturing at The College of Animal Welfare in 2004, where she completed her Certificate in Education. She was promoted to Senior Course Tutor; leading a team of lecturers and running the suite of veterinary nursing courses. She loved teaching but missed practice, so returned to practice as head nurse once again in 2008.
She helped establish the Veterinary Nursing degree courses at The College of West Anglia/Anglia Ruskin University before starting as a Lecturer in Veterinary Nursing at the Royal Veterinary College in 2013. She is module leader for the Veterinary Nursing Applied Science 1 module, deputy module leader for the Graduate Diploma in Veterinary Nursing Diagnostic Imaging module and year-leader for the BSc in Veterinary Nursing.
She also holds a first class honours degree in Zoology, and has worked for a year in genetics research into canine hip dysplasia at the Animal Health Trust.
Louise holds an impressive combination of leadership skills in veterinary nursing and course provision, alongside experience and passion for teaching; and is in a great position to provide expert guidance for candidates throughout their leadership skills modules.
4 weeks, 10 hours CPD, £159
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