TeamSTEPPS is an evidence-based set of teamwork tools designed to optimize team performance and ultimately improve patient outcomes, increase staff and patient satisfaction, foster resilience and support change management efforts. AHA Team Training offers a variety of in-person TeamSTEPPS courses to best fit your needs and learning objectives in order to create a culture of safety through better and more efficient team-based care.
Check out the various types of courses below and learn more about TeamSTEPPS.
This course is a two-day learning experience with a train-the-trainer approach. Participants are equipped with TeamSTEPPS Fundamentals, as well as skills and resources for training, implementing and coaching peers on the behaviors needed to achieve positive results.
This single-day training is comprised of the TeamSTEPPS Fundamentals curriculum, covering the core tools and skills. This interactive course is excellent for first-time TeamSTEPPS learners, as well as those with previous TeamSTEPPS training looking to refresh their skills.
Take the next step and become a TeamSTEPPS Influencer by attending this advanced 1.5-day immersive workshop. Participants will get to refresh their TeamSTEPPS skills and use design thinking principles to construct and refine an implementation plan.
|Master Training||January 30-31||University of Washington||Seattle, WA||Closed|
|Master Training||January 30-31||Duke University||Durham, NC||Closed|
|Master Training||February 24-25||UCLA||Los Angeles, CA||Closed|
|Next Steps||March 4-5||University of Washington||Seattle, WA||Closed|
In light of ongoing COVID-19 developments and safety recommendations, we have cancelled the remainder of our in-person courses scheduled for 2020. We hope to release a new schedule of in-person options for 2021 later this year. Please continue to check back for updates.
Regional Training Centers
Our TeamSTEPPS courses are taught by nationally renowned faculty from our Regional Training Centers. These highly dedicated interprofessional teams are comprised of physicians, nurses, allied health care professionals, educators, and experts in organizational change management. The clinical and non-clinical team members represent a mix of disciplines and specialties that often correspond to the TeamSTEPPS domains used at their organizations.