NHS England East of England Approval Process of Clinical and Educational Supervisors
(Secondary Care only) - 3 Steps
Step 1 - Training
Newly appointed Clinical/Educational Supervisors or those who need re-approval are required to choose one option of training:
Course delivered by College (fee applicable)
For more details, including dates and fees, please contact your College.
Approved Trust course (free of charge)
NB. this applies for courses approved in 2022 onwards
For more details please contact Postgraduate Centre in your Trust.
Tiered Approach (contract, but free of charge for individuals)
NB. Both components need to be completed:
NB. E-learning modules (https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/) are no longer required, although we recommend completing modules relevant for School/Specialty.
The above training is required every 3 or 5 years (depends on Trust policy)
Step 2 - Approval at Trust level
Once training completed, NHSE EoE approval form to be signed by DME/MEM and submitted to the Faculty Support Team for processing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Step 3 - GMC Connect records
GMC Connect details will be updated accordingly, and confirmation sent to MEM. Please ensure exact dates of training and approval/re-approval are provided. Any queries can be sent to email@example.com.
The approval process for Primary Care educators can be found here https://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/general_practice/becoming-gp-educator
Local Trust CS/ES training courses - Approval process
Trusts to submit:
- Programmes: content, dates & timing
- Link to GMC domains of learning
- List of faculty members
The above details need to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are aiming to review requests within a week.
Approved Trust course content :
- Induction and the Educational Contract
- Educational Theory (including feedback, GMC domains of learning, assessment)
- Roles of Educational and Clinical Supervisors
- Trainee in / with Difficulty
- Professional Support and Wellbeing Service (PSW)
- Study Leave, OOP, LTFT
- Educational Supervisor reports
- ARCP and outcomes
- Differential Attainment