Teaching and Supporting Learning (MED-LEEDS14FEB20)

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SubjectTeaching, Group Facilitation and Presenting
DescriptionThis 2-day courses provides a good foundation of the theory and principles of adult teaching and learning. Whether working in one-to-one situations, teaching skills or larger groups, the content of the course has direct relevance to medical and dental education and training. The course is highly participative and practical. Delegates will be asked to prepare a short micro-teaching session and will receive constructive feedback on their teaching and self-presentation skills.
Additional information

It is mandatory to attend both days of this course.  You cannot attend Day 2 if you have missed Day 1.

Please do not book this course if you have already booked / attended one of our other Teaching Skills courses (including 'Training the Trainers, Teaching the Teachers or Teaching the Trainers'.  They are very similar courses and cover similar content.

Between the 2 days you will be expected to prepare a short lecture / presentation.

Venue2.17a & 2.17b, HEE Leeds Office, Leeds  View details
2 SessionsSession 1:   Fri 14 Feb 2020, 09:30 to 16:30
Session 2:   Fri 28 Feb 2020, 09:00 to 16:30
LecturersMrs Helen Bradbury & Mr Christopher Butcher  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
CateringRefreshments and Lunch
CPD points12.000
CostNo charge
  • How to design and plan teaching sessions
  • Exploration of different styles of teaching and methods of delivery
  • Assessment processes and feedback skills
  • The importance of reviewing and evaluating teaching
Learning outcomes

On completion of the course, you should be better able to:

  • plan and structure your teaching in relation to your learners
  • set learning outcomes to suit varying levels of learner attainment
  • plan and deliver lectures
  • plan and facilitate small group and one-to-one teaching
  • supervise and assess your learners in the workplace
  • give constructive and relevant feedback
  • evaluate your teaching