Clinical Education Training (CET) has been developed to support FRANZCOG trainees, Fellows and members who are interested in becoming clinical educators, as well as those already involved in the training/teaching and education of others in the workplace.
Participants will consider how components of the CET can be applied to their own teaching/training context and reflect on their own personal strengths and weaknesses as an educator.
The CET is presented in two parts: CET Part 1 and CET Part 2.
Please note that the CET is a pre-requisite to the Supervisor Training Program.
The aim of the CET is to introduce participants to principles of adult learning theory and strategies that support teaching and learning in different environments.
The program will also introduce principles for evaluation, appraisal and assessment, and provide information for RANZCOG training and assessment documentation and systems.
CET Part 1
Clinical Education Training — Part 1 introduces learners to the principles of adult learning theory and strategies that support teaching and learning in the clinical environment.
Audience: the CET Part 1 is mandatory for FRANZCOG advanced trainees and suitable for others involved in teaching or training in the clinical workplace.
Duration: approximately 4.5 hours.
Adult learning theory
Teaching and learning preferences
Personal learning plan
Teaching and learning strategies
Barriers to learning
CET Part 2
Clinical Education Training — Part 2 focuses on principles and strategies to support those involved in the education and training of others in the workplace.
Audience: the CET Part 2 is mandatory for FRANZCOG Supervisors and suitable for others involved in supporting the education and training of trainees in the clinical workplace.
Duration: approximately 2 hours.
The learning environment
Evaluation, Appraisal and Assessment
The CET is available to FRANZCOG Trainees, Fellows and members via the eLearning platform, Acquire.
Please contact the eLearning Support team with any general enquiries relating to the CET.