Presentation on theme: "Training Programme & Curriculum/Assessments K Mukherjee Training Programme Director 5 th September 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Training Programme & Curriculum/Assessments K Mukherjee Training Programme Director 5 th September 2012
Training Programme 2 year programme leading to Basic Level Training certificate if all requirements are fulfilled, and only then you can progress to ST3 level –Initial Assessment of Competency (IAC)– must be achieved before on calls –Initial Assessment of Obstetric Competency(IAOC) – in 2 nd year of training –Specific number of assessments to be completed –Completion of basic level training units –Full Primary FRCA examination pass
Curriculum Spiral learning Broad based Several training units – –ICU module in a 3 months block only –Other clinical basic level units of training
The basis of anaesthetic practice – the start of training [3-6 months] This provides a comprehensive introduction to the principles and practices of the delivery of safe and effective anaesthetic care to patients for trainees new to the specialty. The following units of training must be completed satisfactorily: 1.Pre-operative assessment 2.Premedication 3.Induction of general anaesthesia 4.Intra-operative care 5.Post-operative and recovery room care 6.Introduction to anaesthesia for emergency surgery 7.Management of respiratory and cardiac arrest 8.Control of infection
Basic anaesthesia –[3/6 months to 24 months] Once the trainees have completed all the minimum clinical learning outcomes identified in ‘The basis of anaesthetic practice’ and has obtained the IAC, they will move on to the remainder of Basic Level training. This will provide a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of elective and emergency anaesthetic practice.
Basic anaesthesia 1.Airway management 2.Critical incidents 3.Day surgery 4.General, urological and gynaecological surgery 5.Head, neck, maxillo-facial and dental surgery 6.Intensive care medicine 7.Non-theatre 8.Obstetrics 9.Orthopaedic surgery 10.Paediatrics 11.Pain medicine 12.Regional 13.Sedation 14.Transfer medicine 15.Trauma and stabilisation
Log book Must keep a log book for all cases – various available for downloading on PCs or smart phones A summary of log book must be provided at ARCP A separate ICM log book is available at RCoA or ACCS website update your logbook everyday or you will fall behind in no time – Always back up your logbook.
ARCP and portfolio ARCP every year – several different outcomes – aim is to get Outcome 1!! Interim review will be after 6 months Meet your E/S early and develop PDP Regularly update your portfolio
Assessments Trainees must undertake workplace-based assessment (WPBA) for every unit of training. The minimum number is one each of A-CEX, DOPS and CBD for each unit of training where that workplace based assessment has been defined as an assessment method. One MSF for anaesthetics and one MSF for ICM Trainee must complete all the assessments that comprise the IAC and IAOC. It is the trainee’s responsibility to ask their clinical/Educational supervisors to make the assessments Do assessments regularly during placements and not to store them up to the end of placement.