Training the Trainers 3-Day Course (GEN21OCT21)

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SubjectTeaching, Group Facilitation and Presenting
DescriptionTeaching, Group Facilitation and Presenting, remotely This three day programme is designed specifically for clinical teachers and aims to enhance and increase your skills in teaching and supervising in clinical environments. You will have the opportunity to be recorded whilst teaching a small group of your peers and receive private one to one feedback on your teaching approach. You will participate in three micro teaching sessions: presenting, teaching practical skills and facilitating small group work, including adapting to remote learning. You will receive and give evaluative feedback in a supportive and fun environment with your peers. Participants are to prepare one five minute teaching session prior to day 1 and day 3 and receive 1:1 coaching on their teaching after their session on day 1. Handout pdf of 150 slides to be sent to participants in advance. Further information regarding preparation follows, and the outline of the programme is attached. It is mandatory to attend all 3 days of this course on the same programme. Please do not book on this course if you have already booked/attended one of our other Teaching Skills courses. If you have already undertaken a Certificate in Education, you do not need to apply for this course. Participants will be expected to spend some time outside the programme time preparing material for the micro-teaching sessions
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PLEASE NOTE; THIS COURSE HAS A 1 WEEK CUT OFF, SO IF TRYING TO BOOK AFTER THIS DATE, YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BOOK A PLACE - AS THERE IS PRE-COURSE WORK TO COMPLETE BEFORE THE START - THANK YOU

Once you have booked your place please view the 'Welcome Letter from Course Facilitator' document located in the documents section. This has been provided By Catherine and includes contact details. If you have not received your Zoom link, please contact Catherine directly.

Participants are to prepare one five minute teaching session prior to day 1 and day 3 and receive 1:1 coaching on their teaching after their session on day 1.

Handout pdf of 150 slides to be sent to participants in advance.

Further information regarding preparation follows, and the outline of the programme will be emailed prior to the start.

It is mandatory to attend all 3 days of this course on the same programme. Please do not book on this course if you have already booked/attended one of our other Teaching Skills courses.

If you have already undertaken a Certificate in Education, you do not need to apply for this course.

Participants will be expected to spend some time outside the programme time preparing material for the micro-teaching sessions.

Pre-course information: Training the Trainers

Dear course participant,

Welcome to the Training the Trainers course.

This is an intensive three-day course in which your participation is expected at all sessions in order to complete the course. It will not be possible to join the course at all if you are not able to arrive before 10am on the first day. If your rota makes this difficult, please change your booking to allow a colleague to take up the empty place.

It is a really enjoyable three days with lots of fun as well as covering a wide range of teaching topics which will help you in your future teaching and supervising career. Please read the brief below and be ready to do 1-2 hours of preparation before the start of the course.

Briefing for the 3 day Course: please be prepared to teach your colleagues on Day 1.

You are advised to have a run through within Zoom or a simliar package beforehand to familiarise yourself with sharing your screen whlist you present.

Day 1: Microteaching

· You are asked to present your ideas to a group of around 7 of your peers in a group for 5 minutes. Keep it simple. Practice your timing.

· We recommend that you prepare a small number of slides (3 – 5) to share onscreen, as you explain them. You could give an introductory outline for your talk, then illustrate your key point and then summarise at the end. You may have time to invite and answer one or two questions, face to face.

· You may choose one of the topics below:

o A holiday you have enjoyed

o A hobby

o An interesting topic/fact/experience

o A medical issue (not just the causes of hypertension, but something potentially contentious, such as rationing or privatisation.)

· Alternatively, choose an educationally related topic from the list below:

• Self Assessment

• Using an online quiz with learners

• Motivation in Medical Education

• Teaching small groups

• Challenging Learners

The choice is yours!

You will not be scored on your content knowledge but will be recorded and receive private 1:1 feedback from a tutor on your teaching style on day one.

Day 3: Developing and evaluating your teaching

You will need to prepare a new 5 minute teaching session for day 3, the following week.

We recommend that you apply what you have learned on days one and two and use strategies which are suitable for active learning in a small group session.

You may choose whatever non-medical topic you wish.

In the past participants have designed sessions around animals indigenous to Australia, with a quiz; how to take excellent digital photographs, with an exercise based on choosing the most satisfying images from a selection and discussing why.

You could use one of the remote teaching techniques we will discuss on day two, such as mentimeter, socrative.com, to generate a relevant quiz or activity for your session.

You could also choose to share a handout through files and then present us with a problem to solve, if you prefer.

No clinical topics are to be prepared.

You will lead one feedback session for your peers and receive feedback yourself both oral and written on your own session.

We really look forward to working with you on this great course – we promise it will be a lot of fun!

VenueVIRTUAL - On-Line Zoom, via - Virtual  View details
3 SessionsSession 1:   Thu 21 Oct 2021, 09:30 to 16:30
Session 2:   Fri 22 Oct 2021, 09:30 to 16:30
Session 3:   Fri 29 Oct 2021, 09:30 to 16:30
LecturersDr Carol Angel & Dr Catherine Haines  View details
Target audienceMandatory: Consultant, or Leadership Fellow, or Research Fellow, or SAS, or ST3, or ST4, or ST5, or ST6, or ST7, or ST8
Course styleWorkshop
CateringNo catering
CPD points18.000
CostNo charge
Aims

The course covers all 7 educational aspects of the GMC requirements for post graduate medical supervisors, including how to manage tricky issues in supervision.

Objectives

Create effective clinical teaching and supervision experiences

Learning outcomes

Participants will be better able to:

· Differentiate between learner-centered and teacher-centered teaching

· Formulate learning objectives for knowledge skills and attitudes, appropriate to learners at different stages

· Use a structured approach for planning all learning episodes, including remote teaching

· Select teaching methods and strategies appropriate to a chosen topic, adapting to a remote environment

· Employ strategies to actively involve learners in their learning, including in a remote environment

· Employ strategies to optimise the supervision process

· Use questioning techniques that promote thinking and active learning

· Give constructive and sensitive feedback to peers and learners

· Identify the relationship between types of learning and assessment methods

· Reflect on and evaluate one’s own and peers teaching practices as a basis for further development