Non-urgent advice: Information for Trainers
You should receive regular emails from the scheme and HEE. If you are not please contact the scheme administrator to be added to the mailing list.
Trainer re-approval is being changed. The process you should follow in the interim period is detailed in these two documents:
Non-urgent advice: Trainers’ Workshops
Current Chair Dr Chris Jones Derwent Surgery, Malton
Workshops usually take place every two months and alternate between a half day and a 2 hour evening session. We have a Trainer’s Away Day once a year usually in November.
These are currently taking place on Zoom.
Non-urgent advice: Educational Resources
Non-urgent advice: Other Educational Events for Trainers
In addition to regular local trainers’ workshops HEE organise educational events e.g. Spring and Autumn School. You should be notified of these by email.
There are also a number of national conferences that many GP and Medical Educators attend. See below.
National Annual Conferences & Events
Annual 2 day conference roughly May every year in the UK. Roughly about 50 attendees. Highly rated and recommended. New TPDs, Established TPDs, New Trainers, Established Trainers, other Primary Care Educators – all welcome. They have a wonderful website.
Roughly about 1000 attendees held in the UK. Whilst most are not GP Trainers, there is a session for GP educators on the last day. 3 day conference – but you can choose to go to 1, 2 or 3 days. All 3 days are full of educational material. And you can get invited to the Yorkshire & the Humber Whats App group to help you network in this vast arena.
A 2 day conference run every 2 years in a European city. Receive an education and a break at the same time. Get to network with other Primary Care Educators from other countries. See how things are done elsewhere – and nab those ideas! And get to relax on a beautiful chosen city.
Whilst EURACT is held in a European city, WONCA is held across the world! Get to network with Primary Care Educators across the whole globe! Click on their website and then hit the “CONFERENCES” tab to read more.