OSCE Examiner Training

Course overview

These workshops outline the role of the examiner in OSCEs, explain how we plan to set standards and give participants the opportunity to mark stations and discuss variation in marking.

By the end of this session participants will be better able to:

  • Understand their role in OSCE examinations
  • Demonstrate competence and skill in the practice of OSCE examining
  • Utilise their skills of listening, observing, and making professional judgements.

Please note: all examiners should aim to attend an OSCE Examiner Training workshop every three years. You must attend a training workshop run by the University of Leeds before examining Leeds' medical students.

If you have already attended an OSCE Examiner Training workshop at the University of Leeds in the last three years but would like a refresher, please complete the Online OSCE Examiner Training Refresher course.

Workshop dates and locations

Date

Time

Location

26.02.20

13:30-16:30

Medical School

04.03.20

9:30-12:30

Medical School

06.03.19

13:30-16:30

Bradford RI, Sovereign Lecture Theatre

10.03.20

09:30-12:30

Medical School

17.03.20

13:30-16:30

Medical School

25.03.20

13:30-16:30

Medical School

31.03.20

13:30-16:30

Medical School

01.04.20

13:30-16:30

Harrogate District Hospital, classroom

03.04.20

13:30-16:30

Medical School

28.04.20

13:30-16:30

Fieldhead - Psychiatry

30.04.20

13:30-16:30

Airedale , Lecture theatre

13.05.20

10:00-13:00

Medical School

19.05.20

13:30-16:30

Medical School

TBA

 

Pinderfields

TBA

 

Calderdale

TBA

 

Huddersfield

This course is free to attend and of interest to those wishing to develop teaching skills, especially in the healthcare environment and teaching our students.

This course is part of an assessment series, of interest to those who wish to get involved with examining and question setting in undergraduate medical education, including MSc Physicians Associate

Speakers

Delivered by a number of different facilitators from the Leeds Institute of Medical Education.

Accreditation

This workshop has been accredited for 3 CPD points from the Royal College of Physicians

These workshops are developed and run by Leeds Institute of Medical Education at The University of Leeds and this workshop can used to evidence the following areas for GMC accreditation: Ensuring Safe and Effective Patient care, Enhancing Learning Through Assessment.

This workshop can be used to evidence the following areas for The Academy of Medical Educators. Core: Respect for Patients. Domains: Assessment and Feedback to Learners, Educational Management and Leadership.