- Start date: 21 May 2019
- End date: 21 May 2019
- Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
- Fees: Free
- Venue: University of Leeds, School of Medicine, Worsley Building, Level 8, 8.28A
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Evidence for appraisal and revalidation/accreditation of trainers
Becoming a teaching mentor may be useful to those clinicians that are teaching in terms of evidence of educational CPD for revalidation and for those trainers who will need to demonstrate their skills under the GMC's regulatory framework for the approval of trainers as part of The GMC Education Strategy 2011-2013.
Many staff who become teaching mentors say that they learn a lot about themselves and the way they communicate, as well as considering a variety of problem-solving techniques. Others say that developing others is a rewarding activity.
An initial mentorship training will be provided, and two further face-to-face sessions will be offered throughout the year. The purpose of these sessions will be to explore typical issues that arise in mentoring situations as well as additional content identified as being of use by the mentors themselves.
Please use the book now button to book a place on the Tuesday 21st May 2019 Introduction to Mentoring workshop.
We are running an identical Introduction to Mentoring workshop on Thursday 20th June 2019 that you may prefer to attend.
If you have already attended the (mandatory) introductory session you may wish to attend a catch-up session, running Wednesday 9th January 2019.
Dr Cait Dennis
These workshops are developed and run by Leeds Institute of Medical Education at The University of Leeds and can be used to evidence the following areas for GMC accreditation: Supporting and Monitoring Educational Progress, Guiding Personal and Professional Development, Continuing Professional Development as an Educator.
These workshops could be used to evidence the following areas for The Academy of Medical Educators. Core: Professional Integrity, Educational Scholarship, Respect for Colleagues. Domains: Educational Management and Leadership.