Education day 2018
"This course has given me the confidence to deal with situations in a stronger way"
This course is provided for those who are either thinking of going into private practice or have recently made the transition - you will learn so many new benefits for your practice either way. Learning to run a practice in one day is impossible but what this course will do is highlight everything you need to think about, provide useful templates and tools for you to use and provide practical, simple to implement ideas.
- Being clear about what you want
- Legal status choices
- Writing your business plan
- ‘Great-to-have’ strategic documents for your business
- Budgeting for success
- Marketing your practice
- Running your practice successfully
Being clear about what you want:
Choosing to set up your own practice or become self-employed within someone else’s practice might be a huge change in direction for you. It is important to be very clear about what your aspirations are in all areas of your personal and professional life so that you can set up your private practice in a way that it will deliver your goals
- Beginning with the end in mind
- Aligning your practice with your aspirations
- Defining your core values
Legal status choices:
You have several options when it comes to going into private practice. It’s important to know what those choices are and the pros and cons of each so that you can make an informed decision about what status you’d like at the start and as your practice changes over time.
- Employment status options
- Legal entity options
- Brief overview of tax and National Insurance implications
Writing your business plan:
Taking time at the start of your journey to map out exactly what you want to achieve will stand you in good stead and give you a far greater chance of success. A business plan needs to be fit for purpose and take into account the many different elements involved in running a private practice.
- What are the different elements of a business plan
- Sources of information
- Keeping it simple and useful
'Great-to-have' strategic documents for your business:
Your business plan will include several strategic documents but there may be other areas that need to be considered and documented in more detail to ensure the smooth and successful running of your practice.
- Future proofing your business with processes
- List of what should be documented
- Prioritising for your specific needs
Budgeting for success:
If you have chosen to start your own practice or you’re going to be self-employed within someone else’s practice, getting the money side of things right is crucial! Clear planning and getting into good financial habits from the outset will help you to make sensible decisions along the way and give you peace of mind.
- Putting a budget together
- Finance options to consider
- Numbers to monitor
Marketing your practice:
Most physiotherapists did not decide to go into private practice because they had a great desire to become marketers. Marketing is however an important part of running a clinic successfully and needs to be done with consideration and consistently to have the desired impact.
- How to get your message right
- How to build your brand
- Top tips for online and offline marketing
Running your practice successfully:
There are lots of responsibilities when starting in private practice and it can be a real challenge to juggle everything on a day-to-day basis. Keeping your eye on the big picture, being efficient and effective day-to-day and monitoring your progress is vital to enjoying what you do and to achieve your goals
- Time management strategies
- How to outsource and /or delegate effectively
- Tools and techniques to support you
What is it and where did it come from?
- Brief history of where, what and why
When will it apply and how will it affect you?
How will it affect my practice?
- What about my clinical notes?
- What about my marketing?
- What about my colleagues?
- What about my IT?
How will it affect me?
- Do I have to do it?
- What if I don’t do it?
Resources for further information.
Book online for an additional £10 discount on the above rates.
- Registration: 08.30-09.00
- Course commence: 09.00
- Break: 10.30
- Lunch (included in your booking):12.30
- Course close: 16.30-17.00
- Exhibition launch:16.30
Your ticket includes
- Course entry
- Refreshments, unlimited snacks and healthy buffet lunch
- Exclusive first entry to the exhibition hall at 16.30hrs
The EMCC has ample parking available onsite however if parking outside of the main car park, a permit will be required to ensure a parking ticket isn't received. These can be obtained from the Conference Centre check-in desk or at The Orchard Hotel reception free of charge. The University has a number of various car parks across the site which can be used for parking.
|08:45 - 09:00||Arrival and registration|
|09:00 - 09:10||Introduction|
|09:10 - 10:45||Morning session|
|10:45 - 11:00||Break|
|11:00 - 12:30||Morning session continues|
|12:30 - 13:15||Lunch|
|13:15 - 15:00||Afternoon session begins|
|15:00 - 15:15||Break|
|15:15 - 16:30||Afternoon session concludes|
|16:30 - 16:31||Course Close|
East Midlands Conference Centre
EMCC, University Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 2RJThe success of the Physio First Education Programme relies on minimum delegate numbers. If the minimum requirement is not achieved it is likely the course will be cancelled. So if you see a course you like, please book it straight away!