Quality Improvement Toolkit (Generic)

Quality Improvement Toolkit (Generic)

KWSH-QI-03 (Basic)

Course Overview

The course is designed for beginners to form a basic understanding of tools typically used in Quality Improvement (QI) projects. This interactive full-day course will introduce the fundamentals of patient-centred Quality Improvement (QI) in community care.


At the end of the course, learners should be able to:

1. Understand the Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety

2. Appreciate the Model for Quality Improvement

3. Use the Quality Improvement Tools

4. Apply the Quality Improvement Teams

5. Implement Change for Quality Improvement

Contextualization is situated within the group exercises. Application of QI techniques will be conducted to examples from participants. The trainer will coach the participants on how to apply the QI techniques in their respective settings.

Target Participants

Centre Managers, Nurses and Therapists

Course Details

Date/ Time

Run 1: 30 July 2020

Run 2: 27 November 2020


Time: 9 AM to 6.00 PM


Kwong Wai Shiu Hospital

705 Serangoon Road

Singapore 328127


Course Trainers

KWSH is delivering the course in partnership with the Parkway College

Mr Lee Chong Ming, Associate Lecturer of Parkway College

  1. Quality Director (GSK Singapore, 1981 – 1991)
  2. Senior Lecturer (Ngee Ann Polytechnic, 1992-1994)
  3. Factory Manager (Baxter Healthcare, China, 1994 – 2003)
  4. ACTA certified Trainer and Consultant (Capella Consulting 2005 to 2009)
  5. Regulatory Consultant (Health Science Authority HAS, 2009- 2019)
  6. Experience in QCC/WIT using quality improvement tools (PDSA and Pareto Analysis); brainstorming and 5 Whys for problem solving and quality improvement; and continuous quality management using statistic quality control charts
  7. Achieved Baxter Global Quality Award based on US Malcom Baldridge National Award


Course Fees: $286.55 (inclusive of 7% GST)

Prevailing course fee subsidy at 90% for Singaporeans/ PRs and 45% for foreign staff working in eligible community care organisations.

Please register for the course via AIC Learning Management System. Go to the following URL:


Contact us:

(65) 6422-1300