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Learning the Lessons from Major Incidents course feedback

Learning the Lessons from Major Incidents, course feedback.

APT prides itself on the feedback we receive about our courses. Below is just some of the great written feedback the Family Interventions course has received.

"A very thought provoking training course, delivered in an effective and professional way."

Course Delegate

"Outstanding training, excellent group."

Andrew Coyte-McKenzie, Contract Manager

"Fantastic, very relevant … would recommend it for all clinical managers."

Appiah Oyinka, Senior Nurse

"The course was excellent."

Maureen Cushley, Senior Nurse

"Very informative and empowering."

Michael Sarfo-Bans, Ward Manager

Learning the Lessons from Major Incidents

Learning the Lessons from Major Incidents.

A 3-day course. (2-day version also available.)

For years, our customers have said they wished APT did a course with this title. Well we do now.

ACT adopts a new strategy that moves away from the 'rational strategies of behaviour and thought change' that many people have tried and failed with. Focusing mainly on how people understand and perpetuate their difficulties through language, ACT concentrates on exciting interventions based on metaphor and paradox, with experiential exercises to show how to break free of language traps, overcome common behavioural problems and enhance life satisfaction.

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Feedback Ratings

Feedback Ratings.

We continuously monitor the quality of our training by obtaining feedback on the two key scales of relevance and presentation from every course delegate. Below are the average ratings for the last ten runnings of this course.

Average Presentation rating: 96%

Average Relevance rating: 95%

*These statistics were last updated in November 2019.