Considering how to progress into the role of the Authorising Engineer?

Peter Handforth with learner

As a professional advisor to healthcare organisations such as the NHS, the Authorising Engineer makes recommendations and fulfils compulsory auditing whilst taking responsibility for effective management of safety guidance as outlined by the NHS. They are independent, with proven competence obtained from knowledge and experience which includes an awareness of legislation and working practices.

Are you considering how you could take the next step to progress into this crucial and complex role? Eastwood Park’s Essentials for Authorising Engineers course equips you with the relevant knowledge and skills required in the specialised environment of healthcare engineering. Across 3 days, learners work their way through modules which include

  • roles & duties
  • safety
  • competence
  • mentoring
  • records & record keeping
  • interviewing
  • principles & practice of audit
  • report & incident investigation

This new-found understanding of the industry provides everything from the skills to manage challenging budgets, lead teams through change and deliver to customers through scoping/ planning maintenance to developing your site's carbon footprint and more.

Claire Jackson, UK Contracts Manager – Healthcare for Lakeside Water & Building Services Ltd recently attended the course and highlighted how “discussion helped to provide a comprehensive list of what is required to do in the role”. And after Nicholas Shires, Director for D&S Commissioning Ltd attended, he felt that he gained “a clear understanding at the end of the course and a good insight into other disciplines”.

Booking now, our next Essentials for authorising engineers course is from 13-15 January 2020. Call +44 (0)1454 262777 or email us for your place.