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Training Programme DirectoR

Training Programme MAnager

Primary Care Medical educator

Lead educator

differential attainment champion

akt/sox educator

supporrt champion

SCA Sox champion

East Lacashire GP programme Overview

TPDs are responsible for the planning, facilitating, and evaluating the process of learning. TPDs set the local strategy for GP education in the patch. Educational and pastoral care of trainees is included in this role.

Provides guidance on the SuppoRTT process that aims to ensure a structured process for taking time out of programme

AKT SOX educators have completed specific training on supporting individual trainees struggling to pass the AKT

An experienced SOX educator, who is very familiar with supporting GPSTs and trainers in exam preparation

The role of manager is to oversee the day-to-day arrangements of the programme. This involves planning training placements for trainees and maintaining communications with training practices.

PCMEs plan and deliver a range of educational activities to support the GP trainees. This includes the structured teaching programme. PCMEs may also undertake additional educational activities on the programme.

Lead educators have often have experience in approving practices for training and so can provide a useful reminder of GP school guidance on practicalities such as recommended supervision slots.

The DA Champion does specific work with individuals to reduce the gap in attainment, ensuring fair training for all GPSTs

Outcomes What does the customer achieve? What extrinsically driven outcomes are stable over time and solution-agnostic? How will you close the happiness gap?

Needs Which pains, problems, and frustrations. push the customer toward the new product? Desires Which gains, opportunities, and wins pull the customer toward the new product?

The SuppoRRT Champion for Lancashire and South Cumbria is: Dr Yvette Brindle

TPDs are responsible for the planning, facilitating, and evaluating the process of learning. TPDs set the local strategy for GP education in the patch. Educational and pastoral care of trainees is included in this role.

Training Programme Director (TPD)

The TPD for the East Lancashire Programme is Dr Mark Dziobon

The manager for this patch is Ms Kirstie Millar

The role of manager is to oversee the day-to-day arrangements of the programme. This involves planning training placements for trainees and maintaining communications with training practices.

Training Programme Manager

The PCMEs for the East Lancashire Programme are:Dr Mark Dziobon Dr Angela Hare Dr Kate Ealing Dr David Cliff Dr Qashuf Hussain

PCMEs

PCMEs plan and deliver a range of educational activities to support the GP trainees. This includes the structured teaching programme. PCMEs may also undertake additional educational activities on the programme.

The DACs for the East Lancashire Programme are: Dr Hilary Wait Dr Lucie Griffith Dr Anupam Thakur

DA Champions

The DA Champion does specific work with individuals to reduce the gap in attainment, ensuring fair training for all GPSTs