Training the Trainers: Developing Teaching Skills
Course provided by Royal College of Surgeons
Due to the Covid-19 outbreak all of our advertised face to face courses within the next month have had to be cancelled until further notice. In this difficult period many of our course providers have been unable to update their listings so please bear with us.
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RCS membership entitles you to a 10% discount on this course at partner centres.
This course is suitable for: FY1-2; CT1-2; ST3-8, consultants and SAS grades.
This course is designed for anyone involved in the delivery of surgical training, either locally or as a member of faculty on RCS courses.
After attending this course, you should be able to:
Identify the stages of learning
Recognise both facilitators and barriers to learning
Discuss the impact of learning style on teaching and learning
Describe and use a four-step approach to teaching a practical skill
Describe a model of the learning process (Kolb’s learning cycle)
Explain the benefits of reflection and identify opportunities to use reflection as a learning tool, plus use a model of reflection to improve your teaching practice
Differentiate between different types of assessment
Describe and use a model of effective feedback
Discuss reasons for, and ways of dealing with, some of the common challenges you might encounter in your work as a trainer