Developing PRIME Teaching Skills Conference

Southampton, England
Thursday January 30th – Saturday 1st February, 2014

A three-day conference for PRIME tutors who have already attended an introductory PRIME conference or who have been part of a PRIME teaching team. The course will focus and develop the teaching you are already doing or planning.
Aims:

  • To learn about, practise and get feedback on your presenting and facilitation skills
  • To learn about teaching with spiritual aims
  • To learn how to plan and run a course in whole person medicine
  • Receive feedback on personal skills and learning needs with special reference to PRIME teaching programmes
  • Experience the whole experience of putting on a course with spiritual aims and outcome

Facilitators: Ros Simpson and Tony Kemp

This conference is part of PRIME’s commitment to offering opportunities and materials for tutor development.

It will include topics such as:

  • Developing creative interactive teaching skills
  • Role modelling, and development of partnerships for sustaining healthcare changes
  • Teaching using a values-based approach to spiritual issues
  • Lesson plans, course and strategy development
  • Exploring how the teaching changes healthcare outcomes
  • Live teaching session run by delegates
  • Discussion and analysis of feedback of the live session

Need to know:

  • This conference is for PRIME tutors only
  • All delegates must bring a short presentation and come prepared to deliver and receive constructive feedback
  • Delegates must attend all three days
  • Places are limited in order to allow sufficient time for individual practice and feedback
  • The conference is being held at Above Bar Church in Southampton city centre. Accommodation is available in nearby hotels or local tutor homes.

Delegate fee: £100 per person includes sandwich lunch and refreshments.  Also an evening meal will be provided at a local Tutor’s home one of the evenings.

Find out more on the PRIME website or book online now

Accreditation from the University of Brighton and CME applied for

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