Healthcare Planning is one of the many essential responsibilities that our personal and affiliate members actively lead or engage within their roles as healthcare professionals. The current need for all healthcare organisations to identify future healthcare requirements at a strategic level both nationally and locally as part of future capital investment plans has never been more important.
I am proud to launch IHEEM’s first interactive CPD certified online training course. This internationally acclaimed programme firmly establishes the Institute’s commitment to support the development of healthcare professionals to better understand the complex journey of Healthcare Planning.Pete Sellars, IHEEM CEO
IHEEM has partnered with TAHPI as one of our knowledge partners to deliver this certified CPD course which is aimed to introduce the specialised aspects of health facility planning and design to candidates with an interest in developing their skills to take on infrastructure projects in public and private healthcare sectors.
The Health Facility Planning Course will introduce the specialised aspects of Health Facility Planning. This course is intended for professionals who are already experienced in related industries but lack the specialised knowledge required for healthcare planning design.
Healthcare Facilities Planning will provide an overview instruction to use evidence-based research to improve a healthcare environment, master how to handle change leadership, stakeholder management, and strategic alignment with organisational goals when planning and designing your healthcare facilities.
The presentations are designed to offer relevant and up to date information to assist all those involved in working of Health Facilities or Health Services in remaining competitive, knowledgeable and an expert in the field.
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Session 1: Introduction to Health Planning
Session 2: Project Briefing and Schedules of Accommodation (SOA)
Session 3: HFBS Health Planning Software Tools and Techniques
Session 4: Functional Relations
Session 5: Health Facility Planning & Design
Session 6: Master Planning / Campus Planning
Session 7: Special Design Requirements, 5 Critical Functional Planning Units (FPU)
Session 8: Client Consultation & Sign-off
Session 9: Project Coordination & Integration of Services | Exam | Graduation
The course also covers below topics among many others:
Design Standards and Guidelines
Blocking and Stacking
Functional Planning Units (FPU)
Capturing Special Requirements of typical rooms
Room Data Sheets (RDS) and Room Layout Sheets (RLS)
This course is particularly suited to General Practice Architects and Engineers who wish to be become experienced in the design of Healthcare Facilities. It will also benefit Consultants who have been designing hospitals but without any formal training or correct orientation (effectively learning on the job). The course will also benefit Equipment Planners who frequently engage in the design of healthcare facilities only to accommodate the equipment. They do so without the thorough knowledge of other aspects of Health Facility Planning. This course will provide the strong foundations required to do this task properly. Similarly, this course will benefit Hospital Facilities Managers who carry out their own in-house refurbishments, upgrades and minor extensions.
IHEEM Members: £995+VAT
IHEEM Non-Members: £1295+VAT
(*Please note ALL PRICES ABOVE EXCLUDE VAT. Please also note that this course will be invoiced in British pounds).
Please note that this does not include the license for the Health Facility Briefing System, this is a separate £495+VAT and includes 2 days of training. Click here to find out more about the Health Facility Briefing Course click here.
Showcasing various local and international health facility guidelines
Sample briefs and Schedules of Accommodation
Sample Master Plans
Sample completed project designs
The course spans over 10 working days (35 hours, Monday – Friday) in a customised business-friendly schedule that allows students, study time and minimises the absence from employment.
|Monday 25th January||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Tuesday 26th January||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Wednesday 27th January||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Thursday 28th January||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Friday 29th January||8.00am – 4.00pm|
|Monday 1st February||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Tuesday 2nd February||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Wednesday 3rd February||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Thursday 4th February||2.00pm – 6.00pm|
|Friday 5th February||8.00am – 4.00pm|
We will be running 1 Healthcare Facility Planning Course per quarter in 2021. Please see the dates below:
Monday 25th January – Friday 5th February
Monday 19th April – Friday 30th April
Monday 20th September – Friday 1st October
Monday 1st November – Friday 12th November
If you are interested in enrolling on any of the above course dates please fill out the booking form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying your date or call 02392 823 186 to find out any more information.
Learning Outcomes / Specific Course Objectives
Have sufficient competency to understand the basic principles, science, processes and practices of Health Facility Planning
Develop the basic capability in the application and practice of the subject
Overview of Health Facility Planning as a branch of Health Planning discipline
Learning about the foundation of Standards and Guidelines for Health Facility Planning
Applying Briefing and Schedules of Accommodation
Reviewing Master Planning Principle
An online exam and an assignment are conducted at the end of the training, after the successful completion of which, the student will receive a Certificate of Continued Professional Development (CPD). For online sessions, The certificate will be delivered as hardcopy to the preferred delivery address. A soft copy of the certificate will be also be sent to the registered email address.
About the Trainer
Aladin Niazmand, Managing Director, TAHPI (Total Alliance Health Partners International)
Aladin has 32 years of experience as a specialist health planner.
He has personally designed over 150 hospital projects in a wide range of disciplines and was largely responsible for the development of the new generation of Health Facility Guidelines for various countries across the globe.
Aladin has been teaching various aspects of Health Planning and Hospital Commissioning for more than a decade.
Live Online Classes
Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak, Health Facility Planning course will be delivered online via the Zoom platform from the TAHIP UAE Head Office.
Unlike other online training, where the sessions are pre-recorded at the convenience of the mentor and used/played at the convenience of the students, this Health Facility Planning Course via Zoom is tied to a fixed schedule with LIVE classes enabling maximum face to face interaction with the tutor.
There are limited spaces on this course in order to provide individual attention. Direct interaction with the tutor is a pre-requisite for this Health Facility Planning Course, considering, the depth of knowledge and information passed on during the sessions over 10 working days.
Book your Place
Download the booking form and email it to email@example.com to confirm your place.
If you have any further questions or queries please don’t hesitate to get in touch with IHEEM Head Office, either email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02392 823 186.
James Chadwick IEng MIHEEM, Head of Estates University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust
Steve Batson RIBA MIHEEM, Director, SGP
Ian Rooney, Deputy Director of estates Capital and Programmes, South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Stuart Craft, Head of Facilities Management, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust
Gregory McDougall, Estates Operating Engineer, South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust
Jonathan Hazelgrave, Associate, Stephen George + Partners LLP