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Trainer Workshop

 

Aims and objectives

This entry-level workshop is aimed at those consultants, public health consultants and SAS-grade doctors who are about to undertake an educational role and covers the fundamentals of both Clinical and Educational Supervision.

Please note that you do not have to complete Trainer Workshop if you have recently completed the Pre-CCT Trainer Workshop. 

It is also a prerequisite for all GP ESs wishing to move into a training role within their practice, prior to undertaking the Scottish Prospective Educational Supervisor Course (SPESC).

This course is suitable for initial recognition as a trainer only.  It is not suitable for those seeking to be re-recognised and will not be accepted as evidence for re-recognition purposes.

The course will be delivered in two parts - the 1st part is an eLearning module which is to be completed prior to the start of the course with the 2nd part being an online workshop.

 

Learning outcomes

The Trainer Workshop consists of an online module and a workshop (note some workshops are now being delivered locally, by regional faculty groups).

 

Online module

The online module, which must be completed before attending the workshop covers the following areas:

Background:

  • Recognition of Trainer requirements  
  • The Educational Governance Structure
  • The NES Quality Management Framework

 

Educational Activities:

  • Departmental/practice induction
  • Educational meetings
  • On-the-job teaching
  • Assessment & feedback

There are tasks to complete from the module. These will be used for discussion at the workshop to follow.

 

The workshop

The workshop will focus on the following areas:

  • The learning environment
  • Giving effective feedback
  • The Educational Supervisor’s report

 

Target audience

This entry-level workshop is aimed at those consultants, public health consultants and SAS-grade doctors who are about to undertake an educational role and covers the fundamentals of both Clinical and Educational Supervision.  

It is also a prerequisite for all GP ESs wishing to move into a training role within their practice, prior to undertaking the Scottish Prospective Educational Supervisor Course (SPESC).

 

Cost

There is no charge for this course.

 

Course dates

Date

 Time  Venue  Availability

 Monday, 3rd October 2022

 8.45 - 12.30  Online - Adobe Connect  FULLY BOOKED - waiting list only

 Monday, 24th October 2022

 8.45 - 12.30  Online - Adobe Connect  FULLY BOOKED - waiting list only

 Tuesday, 15th November 2022

 8.45 - 12.30  Online - Adobe Connect  FULLY BOOKED - waiting list only

 Wednesday, 30th November 2022

 8.45 - 12.30  Online - Adobe Connect  FULLY BOOKED - waiting list only

 Friday, 16th December 2022

 8.45 - 12.30  Online - Adobe Connect FULLY BOOKED - waiting list only

 MORE DATES COMING SOON - PLEASE CHECK THIS WEBPAGE REGULARLY

 

Register and book

Places can only be booked through the FDA IT Platform, by creating an account and accessing 'entry level resources'.  If a course is fully booked, you would still be able to add yourself onto the waiting list. Please note that some smartphone browsers may not support this site. 

The link for the eLearning module will be sent out with joining instructions only after delegates have booked onto the course.

Please ensure both The Knowledge Network and the NES Portal have your most up to date details, using the same contact email address for both.  

To assist you with registering for our courses, please use the Booking Guides below.  Please note there is a separate guide for Public Health consultants.

BOOKING GUIDE

BOOKING GUIDE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH CONSULTANTS

 

Technical guidance

This course is run via Adobe Connect.   By booking onto this course, you are committing to download the Adobe Connect app (instructions will be given upon booking) and using Adobe Connect as instructed.  You will be expected to have your webcam visible during the course.  It is the delegate's responsibility to ensure they can access the workshop appropriately and have sufficient connection speed to participate. All delegates require a laptop or desktop computer, with functioning webcam & microphone to participate in the course.  Please DO NOT use mobiles phones, iPads/tablets as this may significantly restrict your ability to fully participate. In doing so, you risk being removed from the workshop by facilitators. NES reserves the right to remove anyone from a course if they are unable to fully participate.

Delegates should take part in a short audio-visual test with a course facilitator, in advance of the workshop.  Test dates and times will be made available by email.

Adobe Connect Downloads and Updates

 

Enquiries

Please contact us at fda.admin@nes.scot.nhs.uk

 

Enquiries for locally delivered Trainer Workshops

A number of regional faculty groups are now running FDA Trainer Workshops locally.  Contact details are as follows:

 Region

Contact

Dumfries and Galloway

TBC

Forth Valley

fv.postgraduatemedicaleducation@nhs.scot

Grampian

gram.medicaleducationteam@nhs.scot

Highland

nhshighland.medicaleducation@nhs.scot

 

 

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