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This workshop provides educational theory and application to meet the learning outcomes centred around the current NMC OSCE provision.

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Dear Attendee,

Thank you for your interest in booking the Virtual OSCE Train The Trainer (TTT) with Oxford Brookes University.

We are pleased to confirm that registration for the Virtual Train The Trainer workshop is now open and we are looking forward to hearing from you.

The Virtual Train The Trainer workshop learning outcomes are centred around the current Test of Competence OSCE provision only.

The workshop will provide instruction to support learners who are seeking competence in common nursing skills and holistic patient care in support of their professional practice.

Build on existing knowledge about the NMC Test of Competence assessment processes and the APIE process and introduce the new ToC(2021)

Be aware of what you may need to know about the candidate and the candidate's assessment journey to help support resilience

Explore educational theory of Simulation Based Education and Debriefing during an OSCE

Develop successful preparation of an OSCE station using the APIE and the Skill marking criteria to create a lesson plan

Test a clinical skill based on the common top tips

Develop a list of objective debrief prompts that maybe used after an OSCE of a typical nursing skill

Develop tools to support the trainers

This knowledge must be applied to the Test of Competence OSCE in support of the Future Nurse- Standards of Proficiency for registered nurses (2018).

Our Virtual Train The Trainer workshop dates and times are planned for:

Tuesday 13th April 2021 09:30 – 12:30

Friday 23rd April 2021 09:30 – 12:30

Monday 24th May 2021 09:30 – 12:30

Monday 7th May 2021 09:30 – 12:30

You would only be required to attend one of these sessions.

The cost of the Virtual Train The Trainer workshop will be £150 per attendee

Before your preferred date of attendance, there will be both reading and independent activities to complete in support of the virtual shared learning activities. These materials will be shared with you two weeks in advance of the TTT date to permit you to complete them before your attendance and will require approximately 3 hours of independent study, video activity and reading.

These materials will provide some of the relevant theory and information, along with a number of activities which encourage the reader to reflect on their previous experience and the training needs of their teams in their working environments

Also prior to your attendance you are asked to familiarise yourself with the following 4 OSCE support materials that are available on our website:https://www.brookes.ac.uk/nmc-test-of-competence/support/ particularly if you are new to supporting the role of the International Nurse in support of their OSCE exams.

These can be found in the list on the right hand column on the above website:

Candidate information booklet

How to prepare for the OSCE

Adult Nursing Top Tips

Adult Nursing marking criteria

If you are new to the Test of Competence and OSCE’s as an assessment method, you are advised to visit the NMC Test of Competence website and related pages which explain the process for candidates wanting to join the NMC register from overseas or wanting to rejoin the register after a long period away from practice: https://www.nmc.org.uk/registration/joining-the-register/toc-review/

Candidates who have previously attended the workshop commented that this pre preparation is essential to engage with the learning activities on the day.

For further information about the workshop please email:

Barry Ricketts | bricketts@brookes.ac.uk

To book a space on one of the workshops please contact:

Admin | trustbookings@brookes.ac.uk

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