Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) worked with the Professional Development Team at London and South East (LaSE) to review existing e-learning sessions, aimed at educators and supervisors of doctors, nurses, midwives, dentists, pharmacists, allied health professionals and healthcare scientists.
What can I expect from the e-learning sessions?
All 20 sessions have been revised and reflect current policy updates and procedures. These modules are linked to the Professional Development Framework for Educators.
The refreshed e-learning sessions include:
|Using simulation in health professions education||Workplace and practice
|Assuring and maintaining quality in health professions education||Appraisal
|Diversity, equal opportunities and human rights||Assessing educational needs
|Involving patients in health professions education||Setting learning objectives
|Facilitating learning in the workplace||Supervision|
|Interprofessional education||Supporting learners|
|Small group teaching||e-Learning in clinical teaching|
|Teaching clinical skills||Improve your lecturing|
|Effective feedback||Introduction to educational research|
|Structured assessments of clinical competence||Supervision of less than full time trainees|
Each e-learning session takes from 30 to 60 minutes to complete. A certificate is generated on completing all of the courses within the programme.
More about the Educator Training Resources Programme
Launched in March 2017, the Educator Training Resources is a multi-professional resource, aimed at educators across the healthcare professions. The resource contains content from the Multiprofessional Faculty Development Team andKent, Surrey and Sussex’s e-training for trainers (etft) modules. Complementary content from other regions is also included.
Accessing the e-learning
The Professional Development Team (LaSE) e-learning sessions are part of the Educator Training Resource Programme, accessible via the Educator Hub.
If you would like to know more about the programme, including how to access the e-learning sessions, visit: https://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/educator-hub/.
The Professional development team e-learning programme is also available to the health and care workforce via AICC and the Electronic Staff Record (ESR).