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Are you involved in workplace-based  teaching, assessment and supervision of undergraduate and postgraduate health professionals?

We are pleased to offer the following webinar series in 2017. All sessions will run from 9.00-10.00am (AWST) and be facilitated by A/Prof Margaret Potter.

Note: Licenced TOTR facilitators can access these sessions for free. Any other interested individuals are welcome to attend for a small fee ($30.00 per webinar). Places are limited so apply now.

Please register your interest in future webinars  and in addition include any additional webinar modules you would like to see covered in the future.

 

DATE WEBINAR
  TOPIC 1: BUILDING LEARNER CAPABILITY
 

09/02/17

This session will explore how you can align and integrate learning with service delivery to provide a good clinical placement/attachment experience. At the end of the session participants will be able to:1. Compare and contrast capability and competence
2. Identify six key elements to build capability
3. Confirm individual strengths and areas for improvement
 TOPIC 2: CLINICAL SUPERVISION INTRODUCTION 

 

 

09/03/17

 

This webinar will explore the experience and challenge of supervising learners in a clinical workplace setting.1. Identify some common clinical supervision problems and discuss management
2. Identify the attributes of an effective supervisor and effective feedback
3. Explore an Action Plan template that you can implement with challenging learners in
your own setting.
TOPIC 3: GIVING EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK 1: OVER CONFIDENT LEARNERS

 

  

13/04/17

This session will explore the challenges of providing effective feedback to learners who present as overconfident and who may lack insight. At the end of the session participants will be able to:1. Identify important steps to increase effectiveness
2. Discuss the impact of different feedback methods
3. Cultivate an approach for future implementation
TOPIC 4: BUILDING LEARNER RESILIENCE

 

  

08/06/17

This session will explore the importance of resilience and how to develop more resilient learners who can readily adapt to change.At the end of the session participants will be able to:

1. Define and discuss the characteristics of resilience
2. Explore aspects of your own resilience
3. Discuss strategies to build resilience in learners

TOPIC 5: GIVING EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK 2: EMOTIONALLY   UPSET LEARNERS

 

  

10/08/17

This session will explore the challenges of providing effective feedback to learners who present as emotionally upset or distressed. At the end of the session participants will be able to:1. Identify important steps to increase effectiveness
2. Discuss the impact of different feedback methods
3. Cultivate an approach for future implementation
TOPIC 6: MODELS OF SUPERVISION

 

 

12/10/17

This session will explore models of supervision that promote collaborative learning on clinical placement/attachment.   At the end of the session participants will be able to:

1. Compare and contrast traditional vs relational models
2. Identify the benefits of adopting a relational model
3. Ascertain how to enhance your existing approach

TOPIC 7: BUILDING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE

 

 

7/12/17

This session will explore the value of building self and social awareness and relationship management skills with learners in the workplace. At the end of the session participants will be able to:

1. Define and discuss the importance of EI
2. Identify strategies to help learners recognise the impact of their emotions
3. Discuss how to support learners improve their EI

Your Facilitator

Margaret Potter has extensive experience in both undergraduate and postgraduate student clinical supervision in hospital, community and private practice settings.  Margaret is one of the Directors of TELL Centre at UWA and is actively involved in supporting clinical supervisors via the various programs TELL Centre offers.  Margaret is passionate about her work and enjoys sharing her knowledge and experience with others.

Learning Outcomes

Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision

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Attention all  Health Professionals Are you:

  • Interested in participating in a new professional development opportunity?

  • Keen to extend your supervisory skills in line with the National Clinical Supervision Competency Framework?
  • Welcome the opportunity to network with other Clinical Supervisors?

TELL Centre are seeking your Expressions of Interest for
interprofessional clinical supervisor training at an advanced level at various locations across Australia.

The TELL Centre have an impressive record and reputation for the delivery of training and education to health professionals across a broad spectrum.

The 1 day workshop will be facilitated by Dr Margaret Potter an engaging and humorous speaker who works with TELL Centre on the development and delivery of workshops locally, nationally and internationally.
Margaret also works actively to coach individuals and teams through challenging periods, working with various organisations locally and interstate.

Who should enrol? How will you benefit?

This 1-day course is most appropriate for clinical supervisors and line managers, in particular those who provide support, or are interested in providing leadership and influence in clinical supervision.

Please see criteria for registration and participation

 The Advanced Level seeks to encourage clinical supervisors to show leadership and influence when facilitating learning, conducting summative assessment and to actively address workplace and organisational culture and communication.

 Note: We would also encourage those who have participated in an Intermediate level of Clinical Supervision training or Teaching on the Run Workshops to attend the Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision Workshop.

 Further Information

Fee:  $300 per participant (inc GST)

For group organisation/individual Expressions of  Interest please contact  tellcentre@uwa.edu.au  or margaret@smartmoves.net.au    Tel:(08)61510832

 

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Managing Difficult Interactions in Student Clinical Supervision

FAO of all Supervisors

How can you walk the walk and talk the talk?

We are seeking Expressions of Interest  across all Health Professionals  across all disciplines (private, public, not for profit) for our half day workshop

The purpose of the workshop is to build the capacity of clinical supervisors to engage in difficult interactions with students and/or colleagues.

The session will include presentation, demonstrations, discussions and activities and provide the following learner outcomes:

  1. Explore the key features of difficult interactions and the skills required to manage them
  2. Identify behavioural preferences and explore how these can influence interactions
  3. Implement a framework to guide engagement in difficult interactions
  4. Actively engage in reflection on and in practice

 

What are the costs involved?

$150.00 (including GST)

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

For group organisation/individual Expressions of  Interest please contact  tellcentre@uwa.edu.au  or margaret@smartmoves.net.au    Tel:(08)61510832

Facilitator Training Programs

TELL Centre are seeking registrations from all  Health Professionals  across all disciplines (private, public, not for profit)  to become licensed trained facilitators for  the Teaching on the Run program (TOTR).

The 2 day training will enhance your knowledge as an educator and provide you with the resources to deliver the Teaching on the Run Program of workshops to health professionals within your clinical settings.

What is Teaching on the Run?

The Teaching on the Run (TOTR) program has been supporting health professionals involved in clinical  teaching, supervision and assessment. It is designed to enable participants to build their confidence to apply the teaching and learning principles in the clinical workplace setting. While the initial workshops targeted the medical profession, they have since been modified to suit other health professions and continue to be in high demand across Australia.

More information about TOTR can be found on our website.

What is Facilitator Training?

The 2 day Facilitator Training Program aims to prepare facilitators to implement the TOTR program which includes six foundation topics – Planning Learning, Clinical Teaching, Skills Teaching, Assessment, Supporting Learners, Effective Group Teaching.

Content of foundation workshops

Participants will be required to complete 3-4 hours of online activities prior to attending the 2-day Facilitator Training Program. 

The fee covers the following:

  • Access to the pre-course online activities and discussion.
  • Attendance to the fully catered 2 day FTP
  • 1 year access to the TELL Centre Learning Management System, resources, evaluations and support for set up and delivery of an unlimited number of TOTR workshops

Please contact administration at admin@tellcentre.org  for further information and Expression of  Interest

Note: If there are an insufficient number of registrants for this training, it may be cancelled or rescheduled to another date.  A final decision will be made 4-weeks before the scheduled date(s).

Intermediate Clinical Supervision Workshops

Clinical Supervisor Training for Health Professionals

Are you interested in participating in the above professional development opportunity?

Are you keen to explore and develop your supervisory skills in line with the National Clinical Supervision Competency Framework?

Would you like to network with other Clinical Supervisors?

TELL Centre have an impressive record and reputation for the delivery of training and education to health professionals across a broad spectrum.

Who should enrol? How will you benefit?

A 1-day course, focusing on learner-related, ‘point-of care’  Clinical Supervision as defined by Health Workforce Australia.

Integrating Clinical Supervision with patient/client care and ensuring safe quality supervision.
The training develops and enhances prior knowledge.

nb This workshop does not address Reflective Clinical Supervision

Target audience: Health professionals who are experienced and who have received previous training.

Our 1-Day Intermediate Level: Promoting Quality Clinical Supervision provides excellent training at an intermediate level. 

Learning Outcomes

Further Information

Fee: $300 per participant (inc GST)

For group organisation/individual Expressions of  Interest please contact  tellcentre@uwa.edu.au  or margaret@smartmoves.net.au    Tel:(08)61510832

 

 

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L2 Facilitator Accreditation: Expression Of Interest

TELL Centre are seeking Expressions of Interest from Licensed L1 facilitators who wish to complete L2 accreditation.

Level 1  or Senior Accredited Facilitators with significant experience as Level 1 Facilitators of the Teaching on the Run Program and/or they have equivalent experience as recognized by the TELL Centre.

Level 2 Facilitators train Level 1 facilitators by running the two-day Facilitator Training Program and are willing to act as mentors and assist new facilitators to get the TOTR program further established.

What is required?

  1. The requesting organisation identifies one or two people from any Level 1 Facilitator Training Program who are confident in their facilitation skills and willing to commit to training as a Level 2 facilitator.
  2. The individual(s) will have conducted all six foundation TOTR workshops, ideally on multiple occasions and be familiar with the roles and functions of the TELL Centre to support workshop administration, blended learning and Community of Practice activities.

Please read below the expectations and requirements of all those completing the L2 program.

  • At this time there is no charge for the L2 program for all existing Facilitators.
  • Trainees will be assigned a mentor who will provide guidance/leadership during their development phase.

TELL Centre has to ensure sustainability of  numbers (across Australia) within our pool of active L2 facilitators who can deliver the Facilitator Training Program (FTP) on a regular basis.

  •  L2 facilitators deliver a minimum of 1xFTP per year  on behalf of TELL Centre ( with payment for time available) in addition….
  1. Western Australia based L2 facilitators to deliver a minimum of 3xTOTR workshops (BF) on behalf of TELL Centre (i.e., 3-4 hours work (no payment for time available) or (2)
  2. Non Western Australia L2 facilitators to contribute a minimum of five new Teaching Resources (that are not already in the system)
  3. All L2 facilitators must be available to mentor a maximum of 2 individuals per year as directed by the TELL Centre team.  These may include both Level 1 facilitators and Level 2 trainees.

Failure to meet obligations

  • TELL Centre will track the contributions of Level 2 facilitators.
  • TELL Centre will email confirmation to all L2 facilitators at the end of each year to clarify whether obligations have been met or not.
  • If an individual does not fulfil a particular year’s obligations these can be carried over to the following year, doubling the expected commitment required. If at the end of two years an individual has failed to meet their obligations, accreditation as a Level 2 facilitator will be revoked and the individual will return to Level 1 status and be required to pay the relevant associated fee(s) each year.

2015 Fee Structure

Complete your application for enrolment to the L2 program

Please call TELL Centre  directly on 08 61510832 or email tellcentre@uwa.edu.au  for further information/application queries.