“The course was excellent and David made the subject interesting and easy to understand, injected with a sense of humour. One of the best courses I have been on.”

The NHS Budget Holder's Survival Guide

Another great day at 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust running The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide. To make NHS organisations financially stable there has to be a fundamental shift in the culture of financial responsibility within the NHS. To achieve this cultural change budget holders need to take responsibility for the financial position of their part of the organisation, but in order to have responsibilities they need to have some rights too. In The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide training day I take budget holders through all the rights and responsibilities and skills and knowledge to improve services to patients, clients and service users.

Evaluation Comments

Comments from today’s event include (with written permission received from each):

“I found today very interesting and relevant – have learnt a lot as I have not previously had any finance training.” – Karen Murch, Family Nurse Supervisor

“Very informative in a relaxed style which removed the fear / concerns about the topic.” – Lesley Berry, Acting Team Manager

“I feel a lot more confident.” – Joanna Donnellen, Ward Manager

“Excellent course, delivered in an exciting way and dry wit. I found it very interactive and practical. I will certainly be putting into practice my new knowledge.” – Hazel Hendriksen, Business Manager

“Enjoyed the day.” – Gillian Harthen, Team Manager, Macmillan Service

“The course was excellent and David made the subject interesting and easy to understand, injected with a sense of humour. One of the best courses I have been on.” – Paula McLeman, Programme Manager

“Very enjoyable session, informative but not dry.” – Viki Hunt, Therapy Operational Manager

Many thanks to everyone involved.

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