Please note that all our face to face courses are currently suspended. We and our partners are developing remote models to allow educators to access training flexibly. If you are registered to attend one of our courses or are on a waiting list, we will contact you when further details are available.  Please email facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk if you have any queries.

     

Introduction to Supervising Learning and Assessment for Primary Care Professionals (ISLA)

This blended learning course comprises of three face-to-face teaching days along with three interactive online sessions, between the course days (each requiring approximately 4 hours of work). A fourth online session aimed at consolidation and review of progress takes place after 6 months.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

Workplace Supervision in Primary Care

This three-day course is applicable to all health care professionals wanting to supervise any learner in primary care, the emphasis will be on workplace and clinical supervision, and inter-professional learning and working.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

GP Educational Supervisor Course

A uni-professional two-day course that is mandatory for GPs who wish to supervise GP specialty trainees.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

Differential Attainment Workshops This Differential Attainment workshops are based on the developmental needs Educators have expressed to the Professional Support Unit, around issues thought to be important in Differential Attainment (DA). Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

Established Educator Workshop: GP (Uni-professional)

This two-day interactive workshop is suitable for established GP educators involved in education and training in primary and community care.  It will provide opportunities for GP trainers to explore the importance of the educational relationship in learning and of the role that trust plays in developing capability in learners.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

Established Educator Workshop: Group Skills

This two-day interactive workshop is suitable for experienced educators from all healthcare professionals involved in education and training in primary and community care. It will provide opportunities for participants to explore how to facilitate learning groups. It will use small and large groups to illustrate approaches to facilitation and provide participants with practical skills.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

Established Educator Workshop: Interprofessional Education

This two-day interactive workshop is suitable for experienced educators from all healthcare professionals involved in education and training in primary and community care. It will provide opportunities for participants to explore approaches to inter-professional education and inter-professional identity.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

F2 Conference for Established GP Supervisors

A one day conference for established GP F2 supervisors

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

GP Clinical Supervisor Training for the NHS England Clinical Pharmacist in General Practice

This free, half-day workshop is aimed at GP supervisors across London and South East, who are acting as clinical supervisors for clinical pharmacists, working in general practice as part of the NHS England programme.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

Introduction to Teaching Out of Hours (ITTOOH)

A one day programme available to London GPs with an interest in education who wish to supervise specialty trainees in an out of hours setting.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

The Learning Lunch - new perspectives in medical education

A series of virtual lunchtime seminars to promote discussion and reflection amongst educators in primary and secondary care.

Email:
facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk
Narrative-based Medicine Workshop for Supervisors

For Educational Supervisors from any specialty in London and South East (KSS)

The workshop will cover the following themes:

  • The role of narrative in the consultation
  • What narrative adds to the biomedical model
  • Techniques and approaches that will help you to support your trainees develop their narrative practice

Email: facultydevelopment.lase@hee.nhs.uk

 

Identity and Inclusion Workshop

This virtual workshop is available to all primary and secondary care educators in London and the South East (KSS)

The workshop covers the following themes:

  • Common types of bias -why our judgements are not as objective as we may think they are
  • How to mitigate against the effects of bias
  • Causes of differential attainment
  • Identity and stereotype threat
  • Inclusion
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