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|10-11 Feb 2014||London||FULLY BOOKED|
|7-8 Apr 2014||Liverpool|
|16-17 Jun 2014||London|
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This Educational supervisor workshop and accreditation has been developed to meet new GMC standards. Educational supervisors are responsible for the overall supervision and management of a trainee’s educational progress. This RCP accreditation gives formal recognition to those with an explicit supervision role. It is suitable for doctors who are supervising trainees of any grade and specialty, or those who are soon to become educational supervisors.
Who should apply?
|All specialties||Medical students||FY||CMT / ST1-2||ST3+||SAS||Consultants and final-year trainees|
This two-day workshop addresses the seven areas of the Academy of Medical Educators’ Framework for the Professional Development of Postgraduate Medical Supervisors, and the GMC Standards for the Recognition and Approval of trainers.
From 2013 the GMC is introducing their approvals framework for the recognition of all named educational and clinical supervisors. This RCP accreditation gives formal recognition to those with an explicit supervision role. The workshop includes:
- essential knowledge and skills for educational supervisors
- how to make best use of the curriculum and e-portfolio to support your trainees
- objective setting: helping your trainees to set clear goals
- the effective appraisal process
- giving effective feedback to trainees
- supporting underperforming trainees
- the role of ARCP and supervisor’s report.
The accreditation is achieved by attending the two-day workshop and successfully completing a 1,000-word reflective assignment about the appraisal aspect of your role as an educational supervisor.
‘Excellent programme, highly relevant to the role. I will recommend this course to colleagues.’
‘This workshops will definitely enable me to be a more effective educational supervisor’