VETmh TuTo+ is a project co-funded by the European programme Erasmus+, strategic partnerships.
European tutoring process based on skills development of junior professionals in psychiatry and mental health, reinforced by an education and work curriculum, led and certified by Haute Ecole de la Province de Namur.
This output is the development of a training session for tutors with specific tools of learning to develop their competencies and skills. As the sessions aim to support the development of a harmonized framework of theoretical references and practice in training, we will give special care in drafting structured and explicit documents that can be mobilized by the team of tutors teachers. Such documented supports can be used beyond the project as inspiration for all trainers in charge of tutoring programs.
The final version of these productions will include comments and improvements collected from the performed sessions and the satisfaction surveys. This result is the development of a training session, co-developed by a M.Sc. professor, specializing in mental health and psychiatry, and a Ph.D. professor, pedagogical advisor, at HEPN.
These trainings are intended for tutors and are developed with specific learning tools to develop their theoretical and practical skills in :
- the conceptualization of their role,
- the organisation of learning, reflection and empowerment activities, and the sharing and dissemination of new knowledge and practices,
- pedagogical support for trainees, peer coaching,
- the establishment of a professional network that potentiates the strengths and challenges in psychiatry in the different countries of the European Union.
As the sessions aim to support the development of a harmonized framework of theoretical references and mobilization of practices, we will pay particular attention to the drafting of structured and explicit documents that can be used by the team of tutors.
These documented materials can be used beyond the project as "Tutor Toolbox" for all trainers in charge of tutoring programs.
The final version of these productions will include the comments and improvements collected during the sessions carried out as well as the satisfaction surveys.