The aim of Scottish Improvement Leader (ScIL) Programme is to develop individuals who can design, develop and lead improvement projects, generate support for change and provide expert improvement support and advice. The ScIL Programme is a quality improvement course developed by a number of Scottish Public Service Improvement Partners.
The aim of the ScIL Programme is to enable individuals to:
It is aimed at people working in the Scottish Public Service in a role with a significant focus on quality improvement and dedicated time allocated to lead improvement projects.
The objectives of the programme are for participants to develop:
Participants are expected to undertake their own improvement project throughout the duration of the programme to consolidate their learning and apply skills from learning workshops and events into practice. The content has been developed with the demands on Scotland’s public services in mind. It emphasises the importance of understanding people and relationships in change and how to lead and influence for improvement.
This interlinks with the other core concepts of Improvement Science: systems thinking; building knowledge through testing, understanding variation and using data to support improvement.
As part of the ScIL programme each graduate prepares a poster that describes their improvement project and their key learning over the course of the programme.
Following completion of the programme individuals will be expected to contribute to the development of others through either local or national coaching and facilitation of learning events.
Please contact the QI team if you have any questions or would like any further information (email: email@example.com).
If applying for the upcoming ScIL Cohorts 46 & 47, please view the ScIL 2.0 page here for more information.
Content updated July 2023