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Roadmap supervision courses

You can find the latest updates regarding Roadmap supervision courses below.

Who can do the 2 day Roadmap Supervisor course? 

  • A GP Trainer - ES (ES’s do not need to do the 2 day course but have an optional top up session available as an e-lfh video (approx. 60 mins in duration)
  • A GP
  • A Clinician who has a post registration Masters degree (Pre registration Masters degrees DO NOT qualify)
  • Are a full MACP member
  • A First Contact Practitioner who is recognised by the HEE Centre
  • An Advanced Practitioner who is recognised by the HEE Centre.

 

Responsibilities of Roadmap Supervisors (RMSV)

The role of a Roadmap Supervisor comes with the responsibility of undertaking workplace-based assessments (within your own scope of practice) and verifying evidence of knowledge, skills, and capability in day-to-day practice. Please ensure that you base your decisions on evidence and use the verification process as outlined on the RMSV course, supported by resources on the HEE Roadmaps to Practice Landing Page, and can justify your reasoning. Engagement in the training is required to support you in this process.

Following completion of the RMSV training, trainers will provide a survey link for RMSVs to register their completion of the training. 

 

Responsibilities of Trainers

The role of a National Trainer and Roadmap Supervisor comes with the responsibility of undertaking workplace-based assessments (within your own scope of practice) and verifying evidence of knowledge, skills, and capability in day-to-day practice. Please ensure that you base your decisions on evidence and use the verification process as outlined on the RMSV course, supported by resources on the HEE Landing Page, and can justify your reasoning.

Trainers should ensure they are satisfied that Roadmap Supervisors meet the criteria (as per the RMSV guidance); have engaged with the training appropriately and understand the responsibilities of becoming a Roadmap Supervisor. Trainers should only share the survey link once the RMSV training has been completed satisfactorily and should ensure that RMSVs do not share the link with anyone. The survey link registers RMSV completion of the training. 

 

 

Roadmap Supervisor courses

    North East and Yorkshire

    • Friday 1st July and Friday 8th July- 10.00 – 16.00

    Please note, this training will be conducted virtually via MS Teams

    If you would like to register or have any further queries, please contact primarycareschoolyh@hee.nhs.uk

     

    Further Dates TBC - Please contact Amanda.Jenkinson@hee.nhs.uk for further information

     

     

    North West

    Further dates TBC - Please contact claire.farrelly@hee.nhs.uk for further information.

     

    East of England

    Further dates TBC - Please contact  primarycare.eoe@hee.nhs.uk for further information

     

    Midlands

    • Day 1 Thursday 9 June and Day 2 Thursday 23 June 2022
    • Day 1 Thursday 11 August and Day 2 Thursday 25 August 2022
    • Day 1 Thursday 8 September and Day 2 Thursday 22 September 2022

    If you would like to register or have any further queries, please contact: midlandsprimarycareschool@hee.nhs.uk 

     

    London

    • Monday 16 May 2022 and Monday 23 May 2022

     If you would like to register or have any further queries, please contact: primarycare.london@hee.nhs.uk 

     

    South West

    Further dates TBC - Please contact for PrimaryCareAcademy.SW@hee.nhs.uk

     

    South East 

    2-day Multi-professional Roadmap (4 Hour sessions)

    Currently, GP Training Educational Supervisors are approved to become supervisors following a short top-up training to familiarise themselves with the particular assessments and portfolio requirements for ARRS practitioner’s portfolio sign-off.

    Please note, this training will be conducted virtually.

    •  Tuesday 10 May 2022 and Tuesday 17 May 2022 - 14:00-18:00

     

    FCP/AP Roadmap Supervision and Verification Course

    • Cohort 8: Tuesday 21 June 2022 and Tuesday 28 June 2022 - 14:00-18:00

     

    Places will be initially offered on a first come first served basis to those who work in the Thames Valley and Wessex region.

    The courses will take place via Microsoft Teams and both days will run from 09:00 to 15:00.

    If you would like to register or have any further queries, please contact: PrimaryCareTrgHub.WX@hee.nhs.uk