Health Education and Improvement Wales (HEIW) is committed to supporting the development of trainers across NHS Wales by delivering development opportunities relating to their educational roles. It also provides signposting to opportunities being offered locally, nationally and online to make it easier for busy trainers to find opportunities that may be of use to them.
Access HEIW's page about online development resources for trainers.
HEIW’s Professional Support Unit also provides some online and face to face development workshops.
Trainers may also wish to contact their local Education Centre or Training Programme Director who may be able to provide further information on potential development opportunities.
Cardiff University’s School of Medicine provides a range of postgraduate medical education programmes ranging from masters and postgraduate diplomas in medical education to short courses and standalone modules which can be studied either face-to-face or via distance learning.
Swansea University also offers a masters, postgraduate diploma and postgraduate certificate in medical education.
Cardiff University’s School of Medicine provides a selection of ‘how to….’ guides. on a wide range of issues in medical education. The guides are free to access and aim to provide a comprehensive overview of a range of educational topics in a readily accessible format for busy clinicians.
Cardiff University also provides a range of webinars and online resources and links to support clinical teachers and educators in their development.
The University of East Anglia (UAE) offers a selection of online short courses for Clinical Supervisors which have been developed by a multidisciplinary group of clinical educators from Norwich Medical School. Basic access to the courses is free and there are various options to upgrade your access for a fee. The courses on offer are:
The following organisations may also provide professional development opportunities for trainers: