What do I have to do?
You will be given a module to work on which will outline the topics that need to be covered and in what context. For example, setting objectives and delivering feedback for a skills teaching session or adult learning theory in a small group teaching session. You will then have the freedom to design and create your own module, using our online e-learning platform or evaluate the module for improvements, depending on what is needed.
How do I know what to say or do?
Don’t worry. We will let you know what topics will need to be covered and we can point you in the direction of resources to use. We will always be there to support you if you come unstuck or are having trouble deciding which direction to take.
Although a lot of the principles will likely be familiar to you, because we are aiming for a high quality in depth course, it’s likely you’ll be learning as you go along as well!
Great! How do I apply?
Just fill in the application form below with a little bit of information about your teaching experiences and why you’d like to join the team. We will then be in touch to give you more information about the available work and answer any specific questions you may have.
How much time is this going to take?
You can take on as much or as little as you want! The different modules will be of different lengths and familiarity to you. It’s the perfect opportunity not only to learn about teaching theory yourself, but also apply it while you create or evaluate your module.
We are aiming to have the course live by early November.
What do I get out of it?
We give everyone a certificate to show your contribution to a new national teaching programme aimed at junior doctors, which would be in addition to the knowledge you will sharpen about teaching theory and the skills you will gain in e-learning design – great on any CV and application!