This half day workshop for trainers and those involved in laboratory training, will include theories of learning and learning styles, planning, delivering and assessing training.
The aim of this course is to enable workplace tutors and trainers to improve the effectiveness of their laboratory-based teaching and training
Who should attend?
Any Biomedical Scientists with training responsibility. This course is suitable for first time attendees or as a refresher course for trainers.
York St John University will be holding the next Training for Trainers event on the 4th February 2022. The event will be hosted at the university with registration at 9.30 am and the day finishing at 3pm.
The aim of the course is to enable workplace tutors or trainers to improve the effectiveness of their laboratory-based teaching and training. The workshop is suitable for any Biomedical Scientists with training responsibilities.
This course is suitable for first time attendees or as a refresher course for trainers. The information covered in the course will be useful for dissemination to colleagues in each Trust and each Pathology training laboratory. Each attendee can also put the information covered into practice with their trainees or placement students in their laboratory.
Gillian Jaggar is a HCPC registered BMS, working in academia since 2009, as Course Tutor for Healthcare Science degrees and placement coordinator. FIBMS and Chartered Scientist, specialist area is Haematology and Transfusion Science. Previously employed as a training and development manager for Pathology in a local NHS Trust and has extensive experience in training and validating IBMS portfolios. Gillian also trains End Point Assessors for the Healthcare Science Practitioner level 6 degree apprenticeship standard.
Claire Wright has been working at York St John in an academic role since 2018, as module leader for microbiology and as placement coordinator. Claire works closely with the students from their arrival in first year to inform them of placement opportunities in both the NHS and industry. Working closely with NHS partners, students go through an application process of CV and covering letters and a panel interview to secure an NHS placement. Claire is the contact point for those involved in the training of students during their placement year.