Peer Support Network 2018 - Birmingham cohort

When and where

17 January 2018 to 18 June 2018
Birmingham Research Park
Institute of Research and Development, 97 Vincent Drive, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2SQ

Peer Support Network 2018 - Birmingham cohort

The Peer Support Network brings together doctors who are working towards their RCP Educator accreditation. The network is a blend of three 1-day workshops, together with access to a dedicated online site for discussion and activities.

By booking onto this Peer Support Network course, you will be automatically registered for all three face-to-face workshops.

  • Day 1: Wednesday 17 January 2018
  • Day 2: Tuesday 6 March 2018
  • Day 3: Monday 18 June 2018

Please ensure you are able to attend all three dates listed above before booking onto this course.

During the course, delegates will undertake two small-scale, educational workplace projects. They will use the workshops, as well as the online forums and activities, to discuss these projects, refine ideas, and provide support to their peers. A brief report of these projects is submitted and assessed by the RCP tutors.

I wish I had attended years ago! Great to know the theory behind education.

Dr Ince, consultant - attended London September 2016 cohort

RCP Educator accreditation

To complete the RCP Educator accreditation you will also need to attend the following workshops:

I have found the peer support network perhaps the most useful part of the Educator accreditation. There is just the right balance of theory and practice, and sharing ideas with colleagues is invaluable. I would recommend it highly. Thank you.

Past attendee

PSN workshop 1

17 January 2018 09:30 to 16:00

PSN workshop 2

6 March 2018 09:30 to 16:00

PSN workshop 3

18 June 2018 09:30 to 16:00

Programme

Highlights include:

  • roles of a teacher in the clinical setting
  • useful learning theories
  • characteristics of adult learners
  • evaluating your own teaching
  • peer observation, feedback and coaching
  • how to use reflection effectively in your role as an educator
  • strategies for assessing learners' progress.