This two day course will enable you to develop the skills required to run a successful minor surgery service in primarycare. Topics covered include minor skin procedures, joint injections and non-surgical techniques as well asadvice about how to set up a service and the medico-legal and contractual obligations required of those practisingminor surgery. Our course is taught by a very experienced team of clinicians drawn from plastic surgery, orthopaedics,general practice and physiotherapy who have extensive experience of running minor surgery courses. If youhave little prior experience of minor surgery there is an opportunity to learn the basics, if you are already experiencedthen there is the opportunity to fine tune your skills with the support of our experienced tutors.The course includes· Tips and tricks to improve your surgical skills· 160 page downloadable home minor surgery course manual· Take home surgery kits and practice pads· Pre & post course MCQs (during the course) Topics covered include· Surgical technique· Local anaesthesia· How to deal with cysts, in-growing toe nails and lipomata· Cryosurgery & electrosurgery· Joint injection techniques· Medico-legal issues and administrationTutors and trainingThe training itself will be delivered by the College approved ‘Medical Skills Courses’ who are professional and highlyskilled GPs, Plastic Surgeons, Orthopaedic Surgeons and Physiotherapists who will teach the advanced skillsrequired to manage a successful minor surgery practice. The tutors are friendly, approachable and offer excellentpost course support.Lunch and refreshments will also be served both days. Prices AiT – £440, Member – £460 & Non Member – £500We encourage early bookings to avoid disappointment. Online bookings will close on Friday 1 November 2019ParkingCar parking facilities are available both onsite and nearby street parking (permits available from Engineers House reception) Contact number0203 188 7714