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Annual SAS and Trust Grade Conference

The Conference combines lectures and presentations with case studies, examples of good practice and Q and A sessions. A unique focus of the event is the opportunity for active discussion and networking between SAS doctors.

Applying to the Specialist Registrat using CESR

This workshop provides an introduction to the CESR process and takes delegates through the entire application process - from which evidence to include and how to present this clearly, common pitfalls and how to overcome them to preparing an effective CV. You will work in groups to asses the key requirements of a consultant within the modern National Health Service and there will also be advice and guidance on how you can gain your consultant post, complete with practice interviews.

This course is now full.  Should you wish to be added to a waiting list, please contact Amber Wyatt at for further information. 

Appraisal and Revalidation for SAS Doctors

Doctors work through and discuss /practise skills and competencies required for an effective appraisal. Constructive feedback is provided by a trained facilitator to ensure that the appraiser feels confident in their ability to complete a robust appraisal from preparation through to signing off the output statements of the process.


Bart's Health Junior Doctors Careers Event

This event is aimed at postgraduate doctors who are at a point in their career where they are preparing for a specialty choice or considering how to develop their portfolio that enables a clinical workload with other areas of interest.

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Career Development for SAS and senior Trust grade doctors

This half day workshop aims to provide you with the relevant knowledge and skills to effectively strategize and structure your approach to career planning, enabling you to make more informed decisions regarding your options, as well as receiving guidance on C.V. writing, completing application forms and attending interviews.


Coaching and Mentoring for SAS and Senior Trust Grade doctors

This workshop introduces the various roles and responsibilities of the mentor, supervisor and coach and the differences between these. This course is highly practical and interactive, and you will have the opportunity to explore different coaching and mentoring skills and when/how to apply these with your trainees

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Developing our Educational Supervisors Coaching Skills

Our aim at Barts Health is to develop a Faculty of Educational Supervisors who can :-

  • act as Champions, to provide support for those Consultants who are relatively new to educational supervision and would find it helpful to have a mentor to act as a sounding board
  • being able to use coaching and mentoring to enable doctors in training to achieve their full potential.

This two-day course will provide you with the necessary coaching skills to be able to support and develop your trainees and to provide support to other Education Supervisors wishing to improve their supervisory skills.


It will give you the confidence and skills to hold developmental conversations that deliver good outcomes with an emphasis on skills that you can apply immediately in the workplace.


The underlying principles of coaching and mentoring, along with models and techniques used in practice, will be discussed, followed by opportunities to discuss ethical challenges including boundaries, bias, and confidentiality

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Educational and Clinical Supervision

The workshop takes you through the background of educational supervision and the role of the educational supervisor. It also covers expectations associated with the position and suggestions as to how to implement the role effectively.

For SAS and TG doctors only.

Leadership Skills - Developing successful approaches to team leadership and engagement

This workshop has been designed to help SAS Doctors evaluate their training and development needs. The Miro Psychometric Test will be sent beforehand, and individual styles and preferences analysed on the day. This Assessment helps us to understand what motivates us, our fears, styles of communication, learning and leadership and will assist in helping us to plan our development in the future. A report will also be developed at the end of the workshop which recommends a training plan specific to your training needs.

Managing Change

 A highly practical one-day programme which focuses on developing the critical skills to effectively manage change in the workplace and how to motivate people through the change process.

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Patient Safety, Clinical Governance and Quality Improvement

Patient Safety: Serious Incident Investigation and Root Cause Analysis (RCA) with patient safety being paramount, clinical governance strategies are explained and incidents explored by application of RCA.

For SAS and TG doctors only.


Professional Development for Medical Trainers

This one-day interactive and highly practical course for supervisors, combines small group work with lectures, case based discussions and examples of good practice.

Completion will provide 6 CPD points and evidence mapped to all seven domains of the GMC Standards for Recognised and Approved Trainers and the HEE Professional Development Framework.

SAS Doctors Simulation Training Day

A whole day SIM course for SAS and Senior Trust Grade Doctors  focussing on Human Factors training.


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Whipps Cross (FRCS) Higher Surgery Course

This course is designed specifically to prepare candidates for the Intercollegiate Examination in General Surgery Part 2 – the clinical and oral examination.

The next course will take place in May 2019.

For booking information, please contact


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Whipps Cross Clinical Observer Course

The clinical observer course is for overseas, qualified doctors who are looking to gain experience of the NHS.

The next course will take place in June 2019.

For applications, please contact