Anaesthetists as Educators: An Introduction

Date: 
Wed, 31/10/2018
Location: 
Royal College of Anaesthetists
Fee: 
£235 (£180 for RCoA registered trainees)
CPD Credits Anticipated: 
5
Availability: 
Places available

Anaesthetists as Educators: An Introduction’ provides an introduction to post graduate medical education in anaesthesia. The course replaces an ‘Introduction to Teaching’ and is suitable for trainees, SAS doctors and consultants who have had no previous training in teaching or medical education.

This course provides the ground work for the ‘Anaesthetists as Educators: Teaching and Training in the Workplace’ course, which is a natural follow on. This highly interactive workshop relies on you bringing your real-life experiences of teaching in the workplace in order to gain the most benefit.

Price information

Standard Trainees Senior Fellows Students and
Foundation Year
£235 £180 £120 £60

Booking information

To book a place on this event click here. You will be taken to the event online booking system where you simply log in or register to complete the booking process. If the event runs over multiple days, you will be able to select the day (or days) you wish to attend during the booking process.

 

Feedback from our June 2018 event:

  • "Well paced, informative and integrated introduction to some of the fundamentals of educating as a doctor."
  • "An excellent day that truly practiced what it preached. Some great practical teaching advice, tips and thoughts to reflect on. Thank you!"
  • "Really good. Some excellent practical tips for teaching both small and large groups as well as some thought provoking areas."

 

CPD Online Diary

You can record all your CPD using the RCoA CPD Online Diary, available on your desktop or as a web app. Further information is available here.

 

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