Partnership Opportunities

AHA Team Training is driven by the community request to help health care organizations provide better and more efficient team-based care. Learn more about the different ways to become part of the TeamSTEPPS movement and how to partner with AHA Team Training.

Master Trainer | Influencer | Faculty Team | Regional Training Center | Advisory Panel

Master Trainer

 

Become part of the community of thousands of TeamSTEPPS Master Trainers. You’ll learn the concepts and tools of TeamSTEPPS in addition to strategies on how to effectively coach and implement. At the end of the course, you will have the ability to train others in your organization.

Requirements

No prerequisites.

How to Get Involved

Register for a course at a Regional Training Center or submit a request for a Faculty Team to come to your organization.

 

Influencer

 

Become a TeamSTEPPS Influencer to refresh TeamSTEPPS tools while using design thinking principles to construct and refine your implementation plan. You’ll have the tools to approach challenges and enhance bright spots in a unique way that will deepen your implementation and help you become more influential at your organization. Influencers will receive access to discounted registration rates for future conferences and an invitation to attend an exclusive session for TeamSTEPPS Influencers.

Requirements

Open to teams of two or more who have attended a Master Training Course in the past and/or have been implementing TeamSTEPPS at their organization.

How to Get Involved

Register for the TeamSTEPPS Next Steps workshop.

 

Faculty Team

 

Faculty Teams will be called upon to fulfill TeamSTEPPS coaching, training and consulting needs when hospitals and organizations request customized, onsite presentations or courses through AHA Team Training. Faculty Teams will receive requests based on demand and will be compensated for their time.

Requirements

Three or more interprofessional team members who are Master Trainers with excellent facilitation skills and experience implementing TeamSTEPPS. At least one member of the team should be a physician. The team should have support from their leadership and the ability to travel.

How to Get Involved

Apply to become a Faculty Team. We are currently accepting applications through April 1, 2020.

 

Regional Training Center

 

Regional Training Centers are organizations across the country that are staffed by highly dedicated faculty who possess the knowledge, skills and attitudes to facilitate TeamSTEPPS Master Training Courses along with other educational team training offerings.

Requirements

The teams are comprised of physicians, nurses, other allied health professionals, educators and experts in organizational change management. The clinical and non-clinical team members represent a mix of disciplines and specialties.

How to Get Involved

We are not accepting new Regional Training Centers at this time. If we do identify future centers, they will be selected from current Faculty Teams and will be based on geographic needs.

 

Advisory Panel

 

The Advisory Panel is made up of interprofessional experts in the field of team training and TeamSTEPPS. Their role is to provide strategic direction for AHA Team Training along with expertise on new resources and offerings.

Requirements

Individuals who show exemplary facilitation strategies, are formal or informal leaders at their organization, and have experience implementing quality improvement initiatives including TeamSTEPPS and other team training programs in various settings.

How to Get Involved

Invitation only.

 

Calling All Interprofessional Faculty Teams

2020_Team_Training_Call_for_Faculty_CoverAHA Team Training is currently looking for interprofessional teams of TeamSTEPPS Master Trainers to help facilitate requests for customized, onsite trainings and engagements from hospitals and health care organizations across the country. Download our Call for Faculty to learn more about how to join our movement to transform teams of experts into expert teams. Application deadline is April 1, 2020.

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