Navigating the CESR route - Birmingham

When and where

10 September 2019
Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport- NEC
Holiday Inn and Marco’s New York Italian Birmingham Airport, Coventry Road, Birmingham, B26 3QW

Navigating the CESR route - Birmingham

This workshop offers practical advice and guidance for SAS doctors applying for a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR). It focuses on the types of supporting evidence required, who to approach for a reference, as well as providing practical tips for completing the application process.

Workshop includes:

  • presentation and Q&A session on the application process from the GMC's specialist applications team
  • RCP clinical teaching faculty experienced in assessing CESR applications
  • up-to-date facts and statistics on application success rates
  • guidance on supporting evidence and references.

It was an excellent course and provided me with a good understanding of the evidence needed to complete the CESR application.

Dr Uzma Qureshi, SAS Doctor, September 2018

What you will learn

By the end of this workshop doctors will be able to:

  • appreciate the importance of your personal development and how to plan it
  • identify and gather evidence required for completing a CESR application
  • identify appropriate referees to support a CESR application
  • gain practical tips on completing a CESR application
  • develop and manage an individual portfolio.

Who should attend?

SAS doctors who are interested in applying for a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR).

Navigating the CESR route

10 September 2019 09:30 to 16:00

Programme

Highlights include:

  • What is an educational supervisor?
  • Qualities and skills of an educational supervisor
  • Supervision and assessment
  • Knowing the curriculum and e-portfolio
  • Conducting an appraisal
  • The effective appraisal process
  • Giving effective feedback
  • Setting objectives
  • Key elements of effective appraisal
  • Early recognition of a trainee in difficulty
  • The ARCP and the role of the educational supervisor