This 2-day effective teaching skills workshop helps you to improve the ways in which you approach, design and deliver your teaching sessions in a range of different contexts.What you will learnDoctors are expected to teach as part of their roles, yet many have received no formal training in this area. Teaching skills can be improved by developing key aspects of your practice, including preparation, choosing appropriate teaching methods, and utilising appropriate assessment.These, as well as other aspects of effective teaching practice, will be explored theoretically and practically on this workshop, which will also include tips on how to deal with difficult learners.Really engaging, interesting and relevant to medicine […] Definitely given me the tools and confidence to approach teaching in a different way. Rheumatology SpR, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital, attended July 2017 workshopBy the end of this workshop, you will be able todevelop an effective educational environment and help trainees learn within that environmentwrite objectives for a teaching sessiondesign and use a session planrecognise the advantages and disadvantages of large and small group teaching and identify how to maximise interaction and learning in bothdiscuss good practice in teaching and learning evaluationplan and undertake an evaluation of a teaching session.This workshop forms part of the ‘RCP educator’ accreditation.RCP North map and directionsThe content was what I was expecting and more. It was pitched at the right level. […] I feel more equipped to structure and prepare formal teaching for medical students and peers. CMT 1 Northwick Park, attended May 2017 workshopEffective teaching skills – day 112 September 2019 09:30 to 16:00Effective teaching skills – day 213 September 2019 09:30 to 16:00ProgrammeHighlights include:What makes an effective learning experiencePlanning your teaching – learners, objectives and structurePresentation skillsSmall group teachingEffective learning in adult educationMicroteachingEvaluating your teachingLarge group teachingManaging the learning environment