Information, dates and how to apply Information, dates and how to apply

Want to teach or train in your practice? Not sure how to get started?

Confused by educational jargon?

This highly evaluated 4 day course will help you make sense of DOPS, ST3s and mini-CEX

Former participants said: "The practical nature of this course is fantastic"

"Enabled learning in a new way" "…gained confidence that I will be able to do it"

Open to anyone working in Primary Care who wants to be involved in teaching or training, but the course is also approved by Eastern Deanery as a theoretical introduction for aspiring Associate Trainers.

Course Details

Wednesday 5th October 2016               Day 1

Wednesday 2nd November 2016          Day 2

Wednesday 7th December 2016           Day 3

Wednesday 18th January 2017             Day 4

Course fee £400 with no refund for days missed. Course participants should be able to commit to attend all four core days. Informal enquiries about the course can be sent to Dr Richard Young, Practice Development Tutor at Norwich Medical School by e-mail: d.young@uea.ac.uk

Places are limited, and allocated on a first come first served basis.

To apply for a place please download, complete and return this application form, including a cheque for £400 made payable to 'The University of East Anglia'

Generic Educators Course Optional Refresher

Wednesday 18th January 2017

If you have previously completed the GEC this extra day can help you get from Theory to Practice, it comes with the option of an interview on the day as part of your application to becoming an Associate Trainer.

The day can also be used by Associate Trainers as a refresher.

Course fee £100.  Course participants requiring an interview must have completed the application form for ‘Application and Assessment for Approval/Re-approval for GP Training' the form can be found at;

https://heeoe.hee.nhs.uk/gp_training_approval

Please complete the form electronically and return to catherine.moulsher@nhs.net

If you are interested in applying to become an Associate Trainer could you also please be sure to bring an Equality and Diversity certificate with you.

Informal enquiries about the course can be sent to Dr Richard Young, Practice Development Tutor at Norwich Medical School by e-mail: d.young@uea.ac.uk

Places are limited, and allocated on a first come first served basis.

To apply for a place please download, complete and return this application form including a cheque for £100 made payable to 'The University of East Anglia'