“You have been taking action and you sound enthusiastic. Let us discuss additional ways you can tell that a training is good for your staff. You will then be able to further narrow down your options for trainings and training providers,” responded Rodis.
As Rodis suggested to Deline and the rest of the leadership staff at the HOPE Care Center, after a discussion on ways to identify the wrong training for your clinicians, let us delve into what a good training looks like.
“We have already eliminated lots of training providers, initially considered prior to consulting with you. Our last discussion has led to great outcomes, and we now want to hear how we can tell that a training might be wrong one for our staff.” Deline, the CFO of the HOPE Care Center articulated these words to Rodis, the consultant, who then responded, “I am glad to hear about your already positive outcomes. As you requested, let us use our time today and look into some additional ways you and your team could identify the wrong training for your clinicians.”
“We considered the main reasons why we needed to train our clinicians, submitted the grant application, and we got approved. Now, we want to be sure to deliver. How do we ensure that we choose the right training,”
“Our last meeting was awesome and my grant application is looking good. I can hardly wait to discuss the additional reasons why for training our clinicians,” said Carol, the director of the grant department at the HOPE Care Center. Rodis, the consultant, without hesitation, responded, “Let’s then get straight to it. Let us look at some additional reasons.”
“I am working on a training grant for our clinicians, and I need key points to add. Can you recommend some?” Carol, the director of the grant department, at the HOPE Care Center articulated these words in consultation with Rodis.
“The key points to make in a training grant application are various, some more obvious than others. As a start, let us look at the reasons why agencies should make training available to their clinicians,” responded Rodis.