About this course

Manualization is one of the core features of AMBIT; AMBIT-trained teams don't just read their practice manual, they are expected to co-author it.  

Why do we do this in this way? Are there other ways we could do this better? how? Is this effective? How do we apply evidence-based practice in our local context? 

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Through a team process of reflecting upon, articulating and recording local practice, manualizing helps teams to foster a culture of learning and continual improvement. It helps teams to bring together evidence-based practice with their own local practice-based evidence to design the best possible service for the people they offer help to.  

The one-day course provides individuals from AMBIT-trained teams with advanced training in the theory and practice of manualizing, and guidance on how to implement manualizing in their team. 

This is a live online training, with trainers present throughout. The training consists of an engaging combination of live teaching, group discussion, skills practice, and interactive online activities. 



Who is this course suitable for?
  • People from AMBIT-trained teams.
  • At least two individuals from a team must attend, as this will support implementation of manualizing after the training.
Aims of course

The course will cover: 

  • Overview of "Learning at Work" 
  • Manualizing as a team process for mentalizing and learning  
  • Skills to use manualizing to build a local evidence base  
  • Learning to use and edit the online wiki manuals 
  • Opportunity to create a manualizing implementation plan for your team  


System requirements for online training

The online platform Zoom will be used to deliver this training. Prior to booking on, please ensure you meet the system requirements so you're able to join this training. 

Before the training, please test your equipment is working by going to and follow the instructions.


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