The Super Educator Conference is an excellent opportunity for mentors and practitioners working in the School of Health Sciences to network and share best practice. The School of Health Sciences develop mentors and practice placement educators who then guide learners’ through their practice experiences. Mentors usually work as a nurse, midwife or allied health professional. The conference will also cover new Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) standards and consider how to implement practice assessor and supervisor, and academic assessor roles.
Date: 12 September 2019
Location: Checkland Building A501, University of Brighton, Village Way, Falmer, BN1 9PH
The Eventbrite event page shows a detailed draft agenda, the main aspects of which are shown below:
09:00: Welcome, introductions and mentor/educator module update
09:10-09:50: Updates from Nursing Associate, Return to Practice, CSP/SCPHN and BSc Nursing
10:45: Starting conversations around Reasonable Adjustment and requirements for PAD
11:15: Deconstructing the Practice Assessment Document (PAD) and a guide to using the PAD and Ongoing Achievement Record (OAR)
12:30: Lunch break
13:15: Coaching masterclass
14:15-16:00: Scenarios workshops and feedback from workshops
Tickets are free. Those with any queries should contact Theresa Corkhill, the Lead for Mentorship at the University of Brighton, via a link on the Eventbrite event page.