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- Patient safety, quality systems and your personal responsibilities
- Communications, partnership and team-working
- Maintaining trust, medical ethics, and medicine and the law
- NHS structures and funding
- Developing management and leadership skills for the future.
Methods of learningThe Professional and Generic Skills Programme offers group learning which provides a good basis for participants to meet one another, hear new ideas and theories and to form valuable professional relationships. Your participation will involve reflection on your experiences to date and on the new ideas we will be discussing. Practical exercises, discussions and action-learning will be supported by our managed learning environment (Moodle) on which you’ll find extra information, video clips, recommended reading, slides and materials from each CPD delivery, and an opportunity to discuss things virtually with facilitators and fellow participants. We have designed our teaching methods for you to take essential learning from this programme back to your professional life and to support your future career aspirations.
What our students say
"Course day was much more interesting and relevant than I was expecting. My knowledge beforehand was very limited so has given me a good basic grounding to build upon in my ongoing learning and practice." – Module 1 student
"Clearly explained the meaning and differences between coaching, mentoring and supervision." – Module 2 student
"A really useful and interactive day. Lots of tools that I think would be easy to apply." – Module 3 student
"Thank you for the group work and also for making it so directly applicable to the 'shop floor'" – Module 4 student
Module content and learning outcomes
See the list of the seven taught modules forming the programme.