Improving Feedback & Reflection for ES/CS/SAS

Category: Educational/Clinical Supervisors - Established Trainers Courses

Date: April 22nd 2024 9:30am until 12:30pm

Location: TEAMS


Course ID: SW24-052


Associated Ladders of Learning:

  • 1 - Coaching and Mentoring
  • 2 - Communication
  • 3 - Educational Teaching
  • 8 - Personal Development and Welfare
  • For more information please click here to find our Course Catalogue


This workshop focuses on how PG DiT self-reflection, feedback from the trainer, and trainer reflection can improve the performance and values of feedback, both formal and informal. It will also go on to explore why receiving feedback is so hard and how we can help overcome it.


  1. How we can use them to improve the learning process – practical information for trainers to use feedback & reflection 

  2. Purposes of Feedback 
  3. Advantages of Feedback 
  4. What is reflection 
  5. What is feedback 
  6. How to use them together 
  7. Why receiving feedback is so hard and how to overcome this 
  8. Psychological safety 
  9. Inclusion 
  10. Johari’s Window 
  11. The Four Responses to Fear
  12. Triggers 


Associate Dean Secondary Care, Associate DME, College/Specialty Tutor, Deputy Dean, DME, Educational/Clinical Supervisor Secondary Care, HoS, SAS Doctor (Associate Specialist, Specialist, Speciality Doctor, Staff Grade, Tutor), or TPD Secondary Care

Course Length:

This is a half day course, starting at 09:30 and finishing at 12:30.


Online via TEAMS

Booking for these courses will be taken on MaxCourse, our online booking system.

Information about how to use MaxCourse can be found on our website.

Please email with any questions, before and on the day.