Business Planning for Wards and Departments

My Health Learning Course Code: 68122601 : Online Survey ID: 40002793

Duration: 30 Mins : Published: Mar 2015

Owner: HETI : Team: District HETI


Description

This consists of only one course

Welcome to the eLearning module Business Planning for Wards and Departments.
This module provides guidance to managers at ward, department or similar level cost centre This module provides guidance to managers at ward, department or similar level cost centre entities to perform business planning to pepare a business plan.
A certificate is issued on completion.

Objectives

After completing this training you will be able to:

  • Explain the role of a business plan in operational management.
  • Describe the relationship between organisational strategic plans and operational business plans.  Identify the types and sources of information required to inform the development of a business plan.
  • Develop a business plan for a ward, department or other business unit using an appropriate structure.
  • Describe the review and evaluation cycle for business plans.

Audience

The course is designed for those who manage wards, departments or other organisational enteties and may qualify for up to 0.5 hrs of Continuous Professional Development

Keywords

strategic, strategy, strategies, operational, plans, planning, manager, managers, management, business, ward, department, cost centre, business plan, business planning, nurse unit manager, NUM, MUM, Midwifery Unit Manager, strategic plans, objectives, action sheet, goals, stategic plan, business planning steps, business planning model, business planning models, operational objectives, priorities, evaluation, review, consultation, monitor, Standard 2 - Partnering with Consumers which describes the systems and strategies to create a consumer-centred health system by including consumers in the development and design of quality health care, Results, Plan and prioritise, Business Enablers, Finance, districtheti, 2015, 68031233

  • Method : Online
  • No prerequisites
  • Not mandatory