Maintaining Recognition


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Equivalent Courses for Maintaining Recognition

All of the above equivalent courses can count towards your 20 hours of education-related learning and development as well as the following:  

NIMDTA Maintaining Recognition Courses 

Supervision of Trainees’ Quality Improvement Projects Teaching with Advanced PowerPoint Presentation Skills
Supporting Trainees through Mentoring Programme Specific training – unique to programme (Foundation, GP or Specialty); can include areas such as curriculum, WPBAs, supervisors’ reports, ARCP decision aids etc (e.g. BEST Course). 
Attendance of: 
NIMDTA Clinical Education Day NIMDTA Maintaining Recognition Event
NIMDTA Professional Support Study Day NIMDTA ARCP Training
NIMDTA Educational Excellence Day NIMDTA Trainer Forum
NIMDTA Achieving Recognition Day NIMDTA Lead   Educator Forum
Re-attendance at courses required to become a Recognised Trainer, which are provided by NIMDTA or employing LEP:
Teaching the Teacher Supervisory Skills
Trainee Support Equality & Diversity training
Programme Specific training – unique to programme (Foundation, GP or Specialty); can include areas such as curriculum, WPBAs, supervisors’ reports, ARCP decision aids etc (e.g. BEST Course).

Equivalent College courses

Acquisition of university level qualifications in clinical education can also contribute to recognition such as a Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma, or Masters level qualifications.

Recognised Trainers are also expected to contribute to formal teaching within their LEP or as part of the training programme and participate in activities which support medical education and training such as recruitment and selection and ARCP panels.