Identify your own learning needs as a supervisor and create a personal development plan to achieve these
Reflect critically on your own supervisory practice using appropriate frameworks and support reflective practice among learners
Evaluate your own teaching/ training activities and address feedback received from learners or through peer observation
Discuss the principles of quality assurance and quality improvement of educational activities
This online course will focus on identifying your learning needs as a clinical supervisor or practice educator, and provide advice on creating a personal development plan to address them.
You’ll reflect critically on your own supervisory practice using appropriate frameworks, learn how to evaluate your own teaching activities, and address feedback you receive from the medical students and trainees that you supervise, or through peer observation
The course will also discuss the principles of quality assurance and quality improvement in education, and how these can be applied in your context.
Continuing professional development (CPD)
Planning your personal professional development
Reflection: making it work in practice
Types of reflection
The reflective educator
This course is suitable for all post-registration doctors and healthcare professionals, especially those holding supervisory responsibility for pre-registration health professional students and postgraduate medical trainees in hospital or community settings.
It is one of a series of Clinical Supervision courses developed by a multidisciplinary group of clinical educators from Norwich Medical School. You can also take:
Clinical Supervision: Teaching and Facilitating Learning
Clinical Supervision: Managing Assessment and Feedback