Urgent and Unscheduled Care (UUC) Supervisor training

 

Urgent and Unscheduled Care Clinical Supervisors

There are no courses scheduled at present. Applications are to be endorsed by the employing/contracting UUC provider.

Refresher to be completed to indicate how you wish to reacredit.

Induction to be completed to indicate how you wish to reacredit.

UUC Supervisors

All UUC Clincial Supervisors must have done the above course before they can supervise. The only exceptions to this rule are currently approved trainers and those who have started the intending trainers course.

Once the course has been completed, the intending UUC supervisor must formally apply to be appointed. The application must include some reflection on the course and a PDP for the role. Appointment is for a maximum period of 5 years.

We have introduced a new system of reaccreditation for the Supervisor role.  Please see the following document. Letter to OOH CS

Six months before appointment expires, the UUC supervisor is invited to reapply and expected to supply trainee feedback and evidence of CPD for the role.

Self directed learning workbook for OOH supervisors

UUC Supervisor tasks

The key tasks are to provide effective clinical supervision, ensuring patient and trainee safety and provide constructive feedback (written and oral) to trainees. Any significant concerns about a trainee must be shared with the GP training programme. The best way to do this is to email the programme manager. If a single problem has arisen, such as late arrival for a shift, please document this on the UUC form and email the trainer. There are links to the training programmes on this website. Your provider should have the email address of the trainer but this can also be obtained from the programme.

The supervisor creates a record of the shift (OOH1) which the GPStR takes back to the trainer, for debriefing and for recording in the educational record of that GPStR. If the supervisor is working remotely then this form must be emailed to the trainee.

The full details of what  is expected of Urgent and Unscheduled Care Clinical Supervisors is detailed in the document below:

Download: OOH Clinical Supervisor Expectations

To find out what is expected from trainers and trainees click here

The guidance that we work to regarding UUC training is set by the Committee of GP Education Directors (COGPED) as below:

Download: COGPED OOH position paper.pdf

The LET (Lead Employer Trust)

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Potential Applicant

For more information on what it's like to be a GP trainee in the North East and Cumbria please click here.

Please use the above icon for more information on our vacancies and the application process through the National Recruitment Office page

The LET (Lead Employer Trust)

Access essential information on your employment whilst in training

Potential Applicant

For more information on what it's like to be a GP trainee in the North East and Cumbria please visit our recruitment section.

Please use the above icon for more information on our vacancies and the application process through the National Recruitment Office page. Information on our allocations process can be found within this document.