Return to Training Activities

As part of the Supported Return to Training initiative, HEE-NE are providing a number of training activities aimed at those returning to practice. A range of courses are provided, including those centred on clinical skills, simulation, professional development and wellbeing. These are free-of-charge to those accessing SuppoRTT, and additional expenses (e.g. travel, child-care) can be claimed for if attending.

If you are a trainee planning your return to work or have recently returned to working life after a period of more than three months away from a clinical environment you can access our Coaching service to support your transition back in to clinical practice. Did you know we also provide a minimum of three supernumerary days for all returning trainees with the option to extend to up to ten days? Our supernumerary flyer explains all. 

If you are currently shielding the national SuppoRTT team have created some excellent resources for you which can be found here

In light of the most recent advice from the government around large gatherings, we have taken the decision to postpone our educational events until the end of August.  We will slowly be returning to face to face activities from September and will also run some virtual events which we will advertise below.  If you are part of the Supported Return to Training programme you can still access support as you prepare to re-enter the workplace. Follow this link to the national SuppoRTT webpages to see the most up to date information, resources and programme of webinars. 

Thrive on Change     16/09/2020

Communicating with Confidence   13/10/2020

Work/Life Balance & Managing Your Time Efficiently  12/11/2020


Please follow the link below to view all the courses currently provided by the Learner Support and Faculty Development team. Topics that may prove useful when returning to training include " Time Management", "Reslience for Trainees" and "Dealing with Sleep Deprivation and Fatigue". 

 

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