Training and development (performance and quality management)

Training is available in-house and through professional bodies.


Whatever the sector of management, gaining management qualifications while on-the-job will improve your career prospects and performance greatly and is encouraged in most healthcare organisations. Training will vary for each type of management.

Some courses relevant to managers in performance and quality may be available in-house.

The Institute of Healthcare Managers (IHM) provides relevant courses, as does the Association of Litigation and Risk Managers (ALARM)

Find out more about courses run by the IHM

Find out more about courses ALARM

Find out more about the entry requirements, skills and interests required to enter a career in performance and quality management.

  • Depending on your background and role, you may be required to maintain your professional registration, through continuing professional development (CPD). Find out more about CPD requirements from the professional/regulatory body that represents your area of management.

    For example, the IHM and ALARM provide a range of opportunities for continuing professional development.

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