Educational Scheduling and Skills Tracking Workshop

April 29, 2016
Learn How To Use Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Competency and Accreditation Documentation
  • Demo Fisdap’s robust Scheduler and Skills Tracker tools
  • Discuss the benefits of skills tracking and research on collected patient care data
  • Meet the National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP)
Clinical internships allow students to apply the knowledge they’ve gained in a real-world setting, however scheduling and tracking this experience is often difficult for educators, clinicians, preceptors, and students. To improve the experience, online educational scheduling and skills tracking tools document student learning, report achievement and growth, aid program accreditation, and motivate students to understand and learn from their strengths and weaknesses.
In this free, hands-on workshop, you’ll learn how Fisdap’s Scheduler and Skills Tracker tools give you the ability to manage students’ field and clinical experience from start (scheduling the shift) to finish (documenting patient information), all while meeting the National Occupational Competency Profile (NOCP).
You’ll also discover how collected patient care data contributes to improving EMS education.
Sponsored by Fisdap and facilitated by David Page, an award-winning speaker and author.
Acclaim Hotel
123 Freeport Boulevard NE
Calgary, Alberta T3N 0A3
May 5, 2016


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