How BG Healthcare helped support a leading training provider’s programmes and content for health and care settings

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High Speed Training is a leading training provider, offering high-quality professional training across many sectors. They were launched in 2008 and are trusted by over 2.5 million learners.
Gareth Greenwood, Learning and Development Partnerships Manager at High Speed Training, said: “It was a pleasure working with BG Healthcare to help develop new courses for High Speed Training. Their knowledge and industry experience really allowed us to create content that learners would find engaging and informative.

“Bryan and the team have a wealth of knowledge, and the process of developing the course and supporting materials ran really smoothly. They were vital in allowing us to produce training that is crucial to our customers.”

What was the problem that needed addressing?

High Speed Training moved into providing new training programmes and material for the health and social care sector, so they partnered with BG Healthcare to ensure that their specialist approach to professional learning was effectively supported with the up-to-date industry, clinical and legislative knowledge needed.

The team also needed to be sure that their training courses were ideally suited to the time-poor health professionals investing in their professional future, and in a structure and format optimised for this audience and their needs.

How did BG Healthcare support High Speed Training on this work?

BG Healthcare supported on this project by working alongside the High Speed Training team on a series of courses developed for health and care settings, initially during COVID-19 with a new course on PPE.
We brought our unique breadth of relevant experience to the table in areas including nursing, psychology, policies, risk, health and safety and more.
This enabled us to provide suggestions and inspiration to the High Speed Training team for course content, new courses to develop in the future and how to best incorporate the new and emerging topics that really matter to health professionals.

In addition to this, our specialist knowledge gained in the real-world in a wide range of health and care settings, such as community care, hospitals, private and public health facilities and more, enabled us to provide essential direction and context to the training materials.

Due to our background and extensive experience in health, we were able to ensure that everything included in the training courses aligns with the latest clinical information and best practice.
We were also able to support the High Speed Training team with our management and organisational experience, to help move the project forward effectively and provide a framework they can take forward into future projects.

What were the results of the partnership between High Speed Training and BG Healthcare?

As a result of the work we did with High Speed Training, we were able to facilitate:
– Improved course content that has been validated for health professionals
– A presentation style that is optimised for the target health and social care audience
– An upskilling of the internal team
– Ideas and inspiration for future new course expansions

Bryan Griffiths, Managing Director at BG Healthcare, said:

“It was fantastic to be involved with multiple projects at High Speed Training and deliver the specialist support they needed to develop and launch a range of new training courses and material for health professionals, now and into the future.
One thing that was great about this project was how we worked in partnership with multiple members of the HST team to ensure the best outcomes and to help upskill the existing team at the same time.
We love working with High Speed Training and will be delighted to partner with them on future projects too.”

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