(part of the RCP Educator accreditation)
Tuesday 5 February 2013
Liverpool Medical Institution
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5 CPD credits
This workshop provides opportunity for participants to gain understanding of a range of assessment methods and develop confidence in using them to assess competence and performance more effectively. Delegates will learn how to use assessment methods that are reliable, valid, objective, and have educational impact. The differences and the relationships between appraisal and assessment will be discussed, and models for giving effective feedback will be demonstrated.
“Facilitators handled all questions very well with lots of tips and trouble shooting ideas”
“Very useful evidence base which is reassuring!”
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
Recognise the difference, and the relationship between, assessment and appraisal
Practise using workplace-based assessments
Use appropriate methods of assessment in a way that ensures reliability, validity, transparency, feasibility and educational impact
Provide good quality, useful feedback Identify and maximise opportunities for workplace- based assessment
Overcome problems related to the assessment process
This workshop can be attended on a stand-alone basis or as part of the RCP Educator accreditation.
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