Nominations for College posts: Assistant Officer for Trainer Development

This post is an excellent opportunity for a current or recent College Tutor with the vision, expertise and energy to develop and enhance the role of trainers in training and curricula strategy for paediatrics.
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I always thought that I was not the right fit or lacked the necessary skills or experiences to commit to a formal role in the college. However I couldn’t have been more wrong! The college needs more people from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences to truly represent our member population... so please get involved.

Dal Hothi, Officer for Retention

The core activities of this post:

  • Training & Quality leadership: Act as Deputy Chair of the Training & Quality Board and the its lead for the College’s strategy for trainers and quality training. Take part in the Board’s work across curricula, assessment and certification.
  • Trainer engagement: Initiate, maintain and own engagement with trainers (College Tutors, TPDs, educational supervisors) to build a two-way communication with the Training & Quality Board to ensure trainers are (a) aware, at all relevant stages, of curricula and training developments, and (b) able to feedback challenges, issues and ideas.
  • College Tutor leadership: Be the leader and representative of all College Tutors and should take forward and own work streams that aid and enable the role, including the College Tutor toolkit and their eBulletin.
  • Quality: With our Quality & Standards team, develop a strategy for trainer support and quality management of training.

You can download the full role description for all details, including eligibility criteria.

This is the only Officer vacancy in this nominations round.

Apply by 27 September, 09:30

I’ve really enjoyed working collaboratively with medical students, all junior doctors, consultants and all at the RCPCH.

Simon Broughton, Officer for Recruitment