Webinar Series

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