AHA Team Training Webinars

Free Training Opportunities Every Month

AHA’s Team Training Program offers the TeamSTEPPS® community monthly webinars at no cost and will feature new speakers and content each month. The community is rapidly growing and there is an abundance of information and stories in the field. We invite you to join us in our commitment to deliver timely, relevant and engaging information to those who work in the changing field of patient safety.

Partner today with AHA Team Training to deliver high quality education and training. We hope you will consider submitting one or more webinar proposals to raise your visibility in the TeamSTEPPS community and position you and your organization as subject matter experts. AHA Team Training is seeking webinars/speakers on topics related to TeamSTEPPS, for example:

  • Phases of TeamSTEPPS implementation (e.g., assessment, training, sustainment)
  • Implementation of particular TeamSTEPPS tools or concepts
  • Strategies for implementing TeamSTEPPS in specific settings
  • How TeamSTEPPS fits into other initiatives

If you’re interested in serving as a webinar presenter, please complete a webinar proposal.

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