SuppoRTT courses and workshops for Trainees Returning to Training

Book onto the SuppoRTT courses and workshops via Accent Course Manager

Please note that once you have booked a place on Accent, course joining instructions and any pre-course information will be sent to you directly one week or less prior to the course date.  We do not put this information on Accent or our web pages.

For more information there are some course flyers available to download below in the documents section. 

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Programme Description

This two-hour online discussion seminar will support you to identify impostor syndrome symptoms and share with peers how you have approached impostor syndrome in the past. The session will cover themes relating to anxiety, fear of failure, loss of confidence, procrastination, perfectionism and risk aversion. We will discuss how these aspects of impostor syndrome might be playing out through confidential small group coaching and discussion. You will then create a personalise framework to coach yourself to overcome impostor syndrome and to support others in a similar position.

 

Dates and timings:

Monday 28th March 2022 1230pm until 230pm


Duration: Two-hour free online discussion seminar with small group coaching with


Trainer: Registered coach Dr Katy Mahoney from coaching company - Rodetal

 

Programme content:

1. Identifying common aspects of impostor syndrome affecting trainees returning to training

2. Cultivating helpful thought patterns

3. Values and beliefs for confidence

4. Small group coaching to internalise accomplishments, challenge limiting beliefs and showcase strengths

 

Throughout the session you will be encouraged to be open and honest in your learning, engaging with an open, positive and growth mindset.

  • Identify common aspects of impostor syndrome affecting trainees returning to training
  • Cultivate impostor syndrome beating thought patterns
  • Recognise personal values and beliefs that support self-confidence and esteem
  • Have a productive coaching conversation with colleagues and peers to support others suffering with impostor syndrome

 

By the end of the session you will know how to:

  • Identify common aspects of impostor syndrome affecting trainees returning to training
  • Cultivate impostor syndrome beating thought patterns
  • Recognise personal values and beliefs that support self-confidence and esteem
  • Have a productive coaching conversation with colleagues and peers to support others suffering with impostor syndrome

 

SuppoRTT: Supporting Working Parents

 

Programme Description

This course is specifically designed to support trainees returning or recently returned to training from parental leave. The session runs from 9-12:30, with a short break part way through.

 

Dates and timings:

Tuesday 8th March 2022 9am until 1230pm

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At the end of this programme you will be able to:

  • Manage internal anxiety, guilt and other "gremlins" that hamper or hold you back

  • Create a bespoke action plan for (profile-raising) productivity

  • Build a solid confidence plan

  • Feel supported, motivated, valued and in control

  • Design strategies for building more time into your day

  • Optimise your communication style

  • Walk away confident that you have the time and resources to perform at your best both as a parent and as an employee

 

SuppoRTT: Mental Wellbeing and Personal Management

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Course aims:

  • Importance of mindset vs skillset
  • Key components of Emotional Intelligence including the ‘feelings grid’
  • Strategies to handle pressure and stress in the moment and at the end of shift
  • How to control our "chimp" brain
  • Directing our mental camera
  • A 10-15 minute Q&A session (unrecorded) to deal with personal issues and challenges

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Dates and timings:

Tues 8th March 2022 10-12.30

 

SuppoRTT: Productivity and Focus Retreat

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Course content:

This is a course which we run for OOPR trainees twice a year facilitated by our external, performance coach Dr Katy Mahoney.  The course may also benefit those trainees studying for exams/qualifications or simply aiming to update their e-Portfolio.

Essentially, this session encapsulates two hours of researcher study skills teaching alongside 4 hours dedicated to your own work (please ensure you have any notes and files you might need to hand to facilitate this). This is a hugely popular event with excellent feedback so please ensure you book early if you are interested.

 

Dates and timings:

​Friday 11th February 2022 915am until 245pm

 

SuppoRTT: Consulting Skills for GP Trainees

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Course content:

The purpose of this interactive workshop is to compare different modes of consultation and to discuss and address concerns which impact on personal confidence and effectiveness when undertaking virtual consultations.

Unlike larger webinars this small group session will focus on the specific practical needs of participants and include some exercises and interaction in a safe and supportive environment.

 

Dates and timings:

Monday 14th March 2022 2pm until 4pm

 

SuppoRTT: GP Update Course

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Course content:

One-day "hot topics" course for GP Trainees returning to training covering: Cardiovascular Disease; Prescribing; Infections; The Environment & Health; Cancer; Mental Health; Diabetes; Chronic Kidney Disease; Respiratory; Gastroenterology and Dermatology.

 

Dates and timings:

Next course Tues 5th July 2022 9am-5pm

If you are a GP trainee due to return to training/recently returned, you will be contacted as a matter of course.  If you have not received an invite and feel this applies to you, please contact the SuppoRTT Team at SuppoRTT.em@hee.nhs.uk 

Please note this course does not appear on Accent Course Manager.  Booking is via invitation-only.

 

 

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