PERSONNEL TRAINING IS A KEY COMPONENT TOWARDS ACHIEVING PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY IN THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDED BY THE ANDALUSIAN HEALTH SERVICE (SAS)
PERSONNEL TRAINING IS A KEY COMPONENT TOWARDS
ACHIEVING PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY
IN THE HEALTHCARE PROVIDED BY THE ANDALUSIAN
HEALTH SERVICE (SAS)
Authors: Gómez, S; Morián, MJ; Burgos, R.
Directorate General for Personal and Professional Development.
Servicio Andaluz de Salud Andalusian Health Service. Health Deparment. Andalusian Government.
CONSEJERÍA DE SALUD
Training service. e-mail: email@example.com
The SAS training is an essential Offer a general view of the SAS training investment and development
instrument to get a permanent updating of employees and the evolution of this training during the last years, in
of knowledge, modernization of connection with budget, activities, hours and number of participants.
procedures, to provide incentives, and
continuous improvement of sanitary
DATA AND METHOD
Data from the Human Resources software of the SAS.
In our organization training is based on
Cross sectional descriptive analysis of Continued Training (CT) activities
the professionals and it is focused to
satisfy necessities, requests and health
expectations of citizens.
INVESTMENT IN CONTINUED TRAINING 2005-2008 PROGRAM BUDGET 41B: TRAINING AND TEACHING 2005-2009 INCREMENT Nº ACTIVITIES/ HOURS TC 2006-2008 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS 2005-2008
€ 12.000.000 176.485 €
€ 180.000 % 60 300.000
154.592 € 258.112
9.964.057 € 160.000
10.000.000 50 250.000
8.650.385 € 140.000
8.045.402 € 117.183 €
8.000.000 120.000 111.255 € 40 200.000 178.360
100.000 39% 150.306
6.000.000 30 150.000
80.000 26% 118.925
4.000.000 60.000 20 100.000
2.000.000 10 50.000
20.000 14% 14%
0 0 0 0
2005 2006 2007 2008 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2006 2007 2008 2005 2006 2007 2008
% on Total
% Increment 7,52% 15,19% 15,19% Budget SAS
1,59% 1,48% 1,47% 1,77% 1,96% % Increment 26,39% 18,66% 44,71%
% Increment Nº HOURS % Increment Nº ACTIVITIES
% Increment 4,39% 5,33% 31,92% 14,16%
Note 1. The investment include: Material, Managment and teaching, Expences of the participants, Colaboration agreement.
Note 2. The investment include Funds MAP y ESF (European Social Fund).
Note 3. Indirect costs not included: Substitution of employee in the job place.
> Currently, investment training has suffered a slow-down.
> Important increment of activities and number of participants.
> There is a tendency to reduce the number of hours in training activities. “Shorter courses and more practical”.
> Work place starts to be the place to receive training.
> E-learning continues increasing.
> 56% of the training activities are aimed at medical and nursing graduates. In 2009 it shows an increase of over 5% in the
training of medical graduates.
> SAS has invested over 37 millions of € in the development of its professionals in the period 2005-2008, and in this way the
Public Sanitary System of Andalusia is one of the biggest suppliers of CT for sanitary professionals in Spain.
• Promote collaboration with other National and International Institutions.
• Stimulate impact evaluation and profitability training (Return of the investment: ROI)
• Foment the use of new training resources: Second life, Knowledge communities, blogs.
• Implement methodologies training innovators: exchange programmes, training stays, rotations, training portfolio.
• Incorporate tools for detection of necessities: competitions maps of the position, self-evaluation. “Development
professional Individualized”: The Professional is the director of his own learning process.
• Facilitate the accreditation of activities, programs and training units as part of Quality Assurance in the training process.
1.- Memorias SAS 2005-206-2007-2008. http://www.sas.junta-andalucia.es/publicaciones.
2.- Cifras y Datos 2008. Servicio de Planificación económica. Consejería de Salud.
3.- Informe Élogos: ‘El estado del arte de la formación’. www.elogos.es (Acceso 05/03/2009)
Servicio Andaluz de Salud
4.- Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo. http://www.msc.es/profesionales/formacion CONSEJERÍA DE SALUD