Training the Trainers

13-14 November 2024

In-person | RCOG, London


This is an excellent opportunity to develop your knowledge, skills and attitude toward teaching sessions. 

The two-day in person event features the theory of learning and small group teaching techniques, workplace-based assessments, tools for giving effective feedback and an overview of current ARCP and educational governance.

Join an esteemed faculty of highly experienced clinicians working across the medical educational environment from undergraduate course leaders and examiners to postgraduate programme directors, heads of school or associate deans.

The interactive programme of lectures, panel discussions and practical teaching sessions, will cover topics such as how to build an effective learning environment, knowing how and when to use different teaching methods and training in different clinical settings. 

This course will provide attendees with the knowledge and skills to become a better trainer, with the chance to network with peers and share ideas on improving adult learning.

Spaces on this course are strictly limited to 36.

Key reasons to attend

  • Gain comprehensive insights into effective teaching methods, feedback techniques, and learning theories
  • Learn from experienced clinicians and educational experts, benefiting from their wealth of knowledge and practical experience in the field of medical education
  • Acquire hands-on experience through interactive sessions, enabling you to immediately apply newly learned strategies and techniques in your teaching environment
  • Contribute to the advancement of medical education by sharing experiences, collaborating on ideas, and collectively shaping the future of teaching practices
  • Addresses the theoretical component of the ‘Medical Education’ Advanced Training Skills Module (ATSM) and Advanced Professional Module (APM)