The Joint Advisory Group (JAG) on gastrointestinal endoscopy is holding a JAG accreditation training day for services on Wednesday 13 November 2019 in Wales.This one-day event has been designed to provide practical advice and support to Welsh endoscopy services wishing to achieve JAG accreditation. During the training day, two JAG lead assessors will discuss the key areas that units find challenging and explain how they can overcome these issues.The day will run from 09:00-16:00.RegistrationThis day will be free for Welsh services to attend as the event has been funded by the NHS Welsh Health Collaborative. Lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.Services can book a maximum of two places on this training day to ensure that there are adequate spaces for all services to attend.’Attending [the] JAG preparation training day helped me to understand all the key elements needed for accreditation and how much evidence needs to be collected, as well as how to prepare the team to face the day.’ Previous training day delegateTraining objectivesBy the end of the workshop, delegates will have a good understanding of:Improving endoscopy services and how to achieve accreditationSpecific JAG accreditation processes and timescalesThe standards and criteria for assessment and evidence requirementsThe team’s roles in maximising the potential of achieving accreditationThe importance of engagement and communication to achieve success.Develop an effective plan to overcome challenges.Who should attend this day?Doctors, nurses and unit managers actively involved in the delivery of the endoscopy service and who will be responsible for preparing for JAG assessments.Only individuals from Welsh endoscopy services registered with JAG may attend this training day.