Virtual Ashridge Online Access
Brought to you by Project Lift is our work to bring you relevant, useful, high-quality development that supports your leadership journey, whatever your role and whatever your level, in Health and Social Care in Scotland. Part of that support includes quality resources aligned to leadership, change, innovation and other relevant topics, from both healthcare and other sectors.
There are a wealth of resources available through TURAS Learn, our own resources page and local offerings and it’s great to be able to also provide insights from external sources, constantly bringing new, quality, diverse resources together.
We are keen to work with partners who understand our health and care system and who want to work with us to share what they have to offer in ways that are accessible for those across our system.
We have teamed up with HULT Ashridge to invite anyone who leads a team to explore their online development platform, Virtual Ashridge (VA), so you can access a wide range of inspirational and practical resources aligned to the Project Lift Self Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) as well as the full range of digital content available. VA is a digital education platform with extensive content, all developed and curated by Hult Ashridge faculty of practitioners and thought leaders. The platform caters for different learning styles with video, audio and text-based resources, available in different lengths and accessible at all times
Here in the Project Lift team we have been exploring the site, selecting related content aligned to the SAQ and designing playlists that align with our community themes. We will continue to work in partnership with the team at VA to develop and evolve the curated content we recommend to reflect feedback, emerging themes and relevant changes in our Health and Social Care system over the coming year. This, coupled with VA’s development mapper and digital diagnostics, mean you will be able to find great content that is relevant to your personal development easily and quickly.
If you would like a closer look, Sara has put together a short introduction to the resource here.
We are offering these as fully funded, subscriptions to anyone who leads a team anywhere in the Health and Social Care system in Scotland. Subscription numbers are limited – apply below to share your details and how you believe this could help you build on your SAQ development report.