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Teaching on the Run@SCGH2 (Perth) - A 4 Workshop Series

Clinical Supervision, Effective Group Teaching, Skills Teaching & Planning Learning

This course focuses on planning effective placements; developing your student clinical supervision skills;  teaching small and large groups, and the 4-step approach to skills teaching.
Format

Hybrid
Course

Delivery date

22nd Oct

Duration: 8.25 Hours

0745-1600

Venue
SCGH, Centre for Nursing Education, Q Block Rooms 1 & 2
What you are going to learn
This course can assist you to:
1. get organised to provide quality placements for learners.
2. become more confident and competent as a supervisor of learners in the clinical setting.
3. create and deliver teaching sessions that promote learner engagement and enjoyment.
4. be more effective in teaching both soft and hard skills.
Next steps
  1. Complete the online module(s) & quiz(zes).
  2. Attend your scheduled session(s).
  3. Log back in and complete ALL requirements.
  4. Download your Certificate of Completion.
Throughout this course you will:
  • Self-assess clinical supervision skills.

  • Discuss key functions and core skills.
  • Establish an appropriate supervisor-supervisee relationship.
  • Discuss documentation to support the CS process.
  • Identify benefits and challenges of small and large group teaching.
  • Explore active learning strategies.
  • Practice presenting and evaluating teaching.
  • Define the cognitive elements and explore stages in acquiring skills.
  • Practice the 4-step approach with feedback.
  • Explore competence and performance.
  • Discuss the key elements and develop a Learning Plan.
  • Explore challenges with implementation.
  • Identify the benefits of lesson planning.
  • Recognise the importance of getting to know the learner.
Facilitators: Various

Benefits of our training programs

  • Active engagement
  • Handouts
  • Assessment
  • Certificate

Practical approach

Our training will provide you with practical skills to implement immediately. Your success is our best asset in showing the quality of our programs.

A useful network

Learn with, from and about others, including sharing strategies that will be beneficial across cultures and countries.

Course reviews

The course provided specific tools for us to use in our clinical setting and all advice was really relevant and easy to incorporate into our work.
Physiotherapist
Perth, WA
Reviewing different models of supervision and having interactive discussions with attendees regarding what skills a supervisor needs.
Pharmacist
Melbourne, VIC