D2

D2

  • 11 May 2021

D2: ‘Training the Trainer’ & ‘Workplace & Me’ – Converting face to face courses into Virtual Interactive ones !

Session objectives:

  • Demonstrate that although COVID provided a challenge it is possible to deliver interactive and fun online courses
  • Adaptation of the delivery is key to ensuring that a teaching session will work in a virtual format
  • Feedback is very valuable to ‘tweak’ the delivery especially when a format is new

Session summary:
Train the Trainer and Workplace and Me sessions have been successfully delivered by Foundation Schools across the UK. The programmes were successfully been delivered face to face but with COVID arrival there was a need to consider how we could successfully deliver them virtually. Our presentation will highlight key modifications.              

Session hosted by:
Severn Foundation School : East of England Foundation School : Yorkshire and Humber Foundation School

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning 

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

Target care sector:
Multi-professional education and training

D2: ‘Training the Trainer’ & ‘Workplace & Me’ – Converting face to face courses into Virtual Interactive ones !

Session objectives:

Session summary:
Train the Trainer and Workplace and Me sessions have been successfully delivered by Foundation Schools across the UK. The programmes were successfully been delivered face to face but with COVID arrival there was a need to consider how we could successfully deliver them virtually. Our presentation will highlight key modifications.              

Session hosted by:
Severn Foundation School : East of England Foundation School : Yorkshire and Humber Foundation School

Session theme:
Teaching and facilitating learning 

Target audience group:
Undergraduates
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Nurses, midwives and allied health professionals

Target care sector:
Multi-professional education and training