A 1-day workplace-based assessment workshop that provides an overview of the assessment methods regularly used to assess performance in the workplace, and will help develop confidence in using them fairly and effectively.
Upcoming Workshop dates
Early-bird discounts are available for workshops booked in advance.
The effectiveness of WPBA strongly depends on those undertaking the assessments. Assessors require training to help them to make robust, consistent, independent and defensible judgments.
By the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- recognise the differences, and the relationships, between assessment and appraisal
- use appropriate methods of assessment in a way that ensures reliability, validity, transparency, feasibility and educational impact
- provide good quality, useful feedback
- identify and maximise opportunities for workplace-based assessments
- overcome problems related to the assessment process.
This workshop forms part of the RCP Educator accreditation.
- 1-day workshop fee: £290
Please email email@example.com to register on the Course Demand List for early notification of when future dates are LIVE for booking.
To discuss commissioning this workshop as in-house training for your trust, please contact Oliver Cullen by phone on +44(0)20 3075 1555 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Membership and early-bird discounts are available. More information on becoming a member, and benefits from discounted RCP members delegate rates at conferences, training and events, are available.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is workplace-based assessment?
Workplace-based assessments provide an opportunity to observe, rate and feedback upon aspects of a trainee doctor's practice that are best observed in the authentic clinical environment. Typically, the assessments consist of structured forms which direct the assessor's attention towards particular aspects of clinical practice, such as communication skills, procedural skills and clinical judgement.
What does this 1-day workshop cover?
• definitions and principles of assessment • giving effective feedback • mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercise (mini-CEX) • Case-based Discussion (CbD) • Acute Care Assessment Tool (ACAT) • Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS) • Multi-Source Feedback (MSF) • opportunities for assessment.
Who should attend this course?
This course is suitable to doctors of all grades and specialties, including trainees.