The NHS Budget Holder’s Survival Guide – Barnsley

The NHS Budget Holder's Survival Guide

Here’s just some of the feedback from the workshop I ran on 19 May 2010 in Barnsley:

“Enjoyed the day much more than I expected – David made the day interactive and enjoyable for a ‘difficult’ subject.” – Healthy School Co-ordinator, NHS Barnsley
“An excellent insight into NHS budgets, very beneficial for new and existing managers.” – General Manager, Doncaster Community Healthcare
“Far exceeded my expectations. Lively delivery on such a dry topic.” – Locality Matron Children & Young People, NHS East Riding
“Good day – helped put some sense into what is happening with budgets.” – Transport Service Manager, Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Trust
“Fantastic Presenter – made the subject fun! Really valuable learning – thanks!” – Associate Director, RFT NHS Foundation Trust
“Great speaker on a traditionally dry subject.” – Assistant Director External Relations, NHS Rotherham
“Great day – learnt a lot.” – Podiatry Manager, Bradford & Airedale Community Services
“Very well organised and conducted event.” – Locality Manager, Yorkshire Ambulance Service
“It is the most I have enjoyed a ‘Finance Training’ session! Think David Bailey had something to do with this! Do not let title of course put you off.” – Service Manager, Northern Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust
“Funny, interesting, all managers should attend this course… a real eye opener… Financial Management made fun.” – Regional Pacesetting Programme Manager, Department of Health
“The training will enable me to make more informed decision in managing my budget correctly. I also feel equipped to interpret financial reports.” – Lead Nurse, Barnsley Hospital Foundation Trust

Many thanks to all who attended.


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