HEE Contact Days

Tier 3 – Educational Supervisor - core content

  • Trainee in Difficulty
  • Induction, including educational contract
  • SuppoRTT
  • Clinical/Educational supervisors report
  • Educational Hierarchy
  • Peer-peer learning

HEE have partnered with five centres across East of England, to develop and provide face-to-face teaching on the practical, everyday aspects of educational supervision that supports the trainer in the areas of supervision they expected to provide.

The core content of the contact day is mapped to the academy of medical educators and GMC standards for educational supervision, and is open to educators in Tiers 2 and 3. In addition there will be an update day for those experienced in education, or those close to revalidation, wanting to refresh their knowledge and skills.

If you are starting your journey as an educator the HEE day should be attended after a minimum of 3 months and a maximum of 18 months following your HEI contact day. It is anticipated that the learner will have completed  the recommended e-LfH modules before attending  the contact day.

Each centre will deliver the course for any educator in East of England, with a focus on working with and providing access to local primary care doctors, public health doctors and sister hospitals. It is a generic educators course for ALL specialties.

The contact days are free to delegates at a choice of five centres across East of England and award external CPD points.

Specialty specific (TPD/CT/School supported)

  • e-portfolio
  • career support
  • exam preparation – topics
  • exam preparation – techniques
  • exam preparation – specific stages (eg. AKT/CSA)
  • specific WBA/SLEs
  • Out-of-hours

Whilst HEE have a generic educators development plan we recognise there will be specific requirements for supervision in your own specialty. These are being delivered by your Schools and form part of their bespoke faculty development plan.  

Luton & Dunstable University Hospital

Date:                     Thursday, 20th June 2019

Time:                    09.30 – 16.30 (registration from 09.00)

Venue:                 John Pickles Lecture Hall, Luton & Dunstable University Hospital, Lewsey Road, Luton, Beds. LU4 0DZ

This one day course is funded by Health Education East of England and will be delivered by Luton & Dunstable University Hospital. There are 50 places available on a first come, first served basis.

Ideally before attending a HEE contact day you would have completed the E-Lfh modules and attended one of the HEI contact days but during this transition to the new system Educators can complete in any order and then submit evidence to obtain formal accreditation for 5-years.

Course leader/faculty: Dr Nisha Nathwani, supported by  L&D medical & dental staff who have completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education along with primary care colleagues & faculty members from local Trusts.

Core content:

  • Trainee in Difficulty
  • Induction, including educational contract
  • SuppoRTT/PSU
  • Clinical/Educational supervisors report
  • Clinical/Educational Supervisors role and responsibilities
  • Local additional content – TBC

Book your place herehttps://ecs.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/20th-june-2019-hee-hub-day-at-luton-and-dunstable-hospital

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Date:                    Thursday, 16th May 2019

Venue:                 Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, CB3 0DF

This one day course is funded by Health Education East of England and will be delivered by Cambridge University Hospitals.

Ideally before attending a HEE contact day you would have completed the E-Lfh modules and attended one of the HEI contact days but during this transition to the new system Educators can complete in any order and then submit evidence to obtain formal accreditation for 5-years.

Core content:

  • Educational Appraisal
  • Work Place Based Assessments
  • Roles & Responsibilities of an Education and Clinical Supervisor
  • Trainees in Difficulty

NOTE: 

  • Consultants who have not previously completed the training must attend all day.
  • Consultants who are refreshing their training have the option to just attend the afternoon session but are welcome to attend the whole day.  

Book your place herehttps://www.cam-pgmc.ac.uk/courses/edsup-may19​ 

 

Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Wednesday 1st May 2019 - 12.30pm till 6pm (lunch will be provided)  - Centrum Building
  • Thursday 12th September 2019 - 9am till 2pm (lunch will be provided) - Centrum Building
  • Tuesday 26th November 2019 - 2pm till 8pm (supper will be provided) - Bob Champion Research Building
  • Friday 20th March 2020 - 10am till 4pm (lunch will be provided) - Bob Champion Research Building

Bob Champion Research Building or the Centrum Building are on the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital site.

If you wish to attend any date scheduled at the NNUH, please send your request to Sophie Hudson (Sophie.hudson@nnuh.nhs.uk)

 
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust
Tuesday, 27 November, 2018
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