All Master Training Courses are held at a Regional Training Center (locations vary).
The Cornerstone of AHA’s Team Training Program, the Master Training Course is a focused, two-day learning experience with a train-the-trainer approach.
Participants are equipped with TeamSTEPPS® fundamentals, as well as skills and resources for training and coaching peers on the behaviors needed to achieve positive results. This course is taught by — and produces — Master Trainers.
Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety (TeamSTEPPS) is an evidence-based set of teamwork tools designed to optimize team function, and ultimately patient outcomes. The Master Training Course is a 2-day in person course with an orientation to train-the-trainer utilizing games, scenarios and activities. This approach allows participants to experience and learn the TeamSTEPPS fundamental content, and provides established resources and the skills to create training strategies, events and learning experiences. This course is taught by, and produces, Master Trainers.
Participants are eligible for 13 continuing education credits upon successful completion of this course.
Below are the remaining courses in 2018. There are no requirements to attend this course although it is recommended for participants to come with 2-3 team members if feasible.
|Regional Training Center||Location||Date||Registration|
|Tulane||New Orleans, LA||December 6-7||Register Now|
Regional Training Centers
At the core of the National Implementation are six Regional Training Centers. Learn more about each center by clicking on the links below:
- Northwell Health, New Hyde Park, New York, and New York City, New York.
- MetroHealth, Cleveland, Ohio.
- Duke Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina.
- University of Washington, Seattle.
- University of California, Los Angeles.
- Tulane School of Medicine, New Orleans.
These centers offer Master Training courses to create a national network of Master Trainers, who will in turn offer TeamSTEPPS training to frontline providers in hospitals and other health care settings throughout the country. The TeamSTEPPS Master Training course is geared toward individuals who are looking to implement TeamSTEPPS at their facility.