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Gmc national trainer survey

GMC National Trainer Survey

What did you say in 2011?

Royal Gwent Hospital


Results just out

Results Just Out

  • The GMC have just released the results of the 2011 Trainer Survey.

  • The overall response rate was 45%.

  • A sample of the key results on how well Trainers in Wales are supported in comparison to the rest of the UK as well as your local ranking are contained within these slides.

  • The GMC will be releasing the results on their online reporting tool shortly and we will let you know when these are available.


Consultant supervision

Consultant Supervision

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score looks at whether you consider there to be any barriers to supervising trainees.

  • There has been a very slight improvement in this score in 2011 with Wales ranking 7th out of all UK Deaneries compared to 11th in 2010.

  • In 2011 31% of respondents indicated that their workload was a barrier to adequate supervision compared to 38% in 2010.


Structure process

Structure & Process

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score reviews whether respondents are aware of the structures and processes that employers have to manage trainees in difficulty.

  • Out of all UK Deaneries Wales ranked 17thalthough 83% of Consultants reported that their employer did have effective structures and processes.

  • In addition 95% of you reported that you considered that the Deanery had effective structures and processes to manage a trainee in difficulty.


Training vs service demand

Training vs Service Demand

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score considers your perception of how well supported you are in your training role.

  • Out of all UK Deaneries Wales ranked lowest with:-

    • 49.11% of respondents reporting that departmental service demands meant that trainees were regularly, unable to take advantage of formal teaching sessions.

    • 57.97% of respondents reporting that service demands restricted trainee access to the clinical learning opportunities that were available .


Gmc national trainer survey

Time

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • This score looks at the extent to which you are spending un-contracted timeon educational activity. Therefore a high ranking is considered to be an adverse result.

  • The results show that there is a reliance on your goodwill to train with Wales ranking 7thout of all UK Deaneries.

  • We are starting to address this through the ‘Educational Supervision Tripartite Agreement’ which will be rolled out across Wales as part of the Supervising the Route to Excellence Programme later this year.


Educational supervisor appraisal

Educational Supervisor Appraisal

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score indicates the percentage of respondents who had been appraised for their educational responsibilities.

  • Wales ranked lowest out of all UK Deaneries for the second consecutive year with just 40% of you indicating that you had been appraised for your educational role and 38% of Training Programme Directors.


Training support

Training Support

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score considers the extent to which respondents perceive that they are supported in their training role both within their department and employing organisation.

  • Out of all UK Deaneries Wales ranked 16thwith:-

    • 87% of respondents indicating that their department was supportive of training.

    • 64% indicating that they considered that their employer was supportive of training.


Role awareness

Role Awareness

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score indicates the respondents understanding of their role in the training and assessment of trainees.

  • Wales ranked 11thout of all UK Deaneries with 91% of respondents indicating that they were clear about their roles and responsibilities.


Workplace based assessments

Workplace Based Assessments

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • The score shows the percentage of respondents who perform Workplace Based Assessments or have received the appropriate training.

  • Wales ranked 14thout of all UK Deaneries with:-

    • 63.29% of respondents being trained in the last 3 years.

    • 20.93% of respondents having been trained more than three years ago.

    • 15.78% of respondents never having received training.


Attitude to ewtr compliance

Attitude To EWTR Compliance

Key Findings:-

Your 2011 local ranking in Wales:-

  • This score is designed to consider the extent to which respondents are EWTR compliant.

  • Out of all UK Deaneries Wales ranked 16thwith:-

    • 53.14% of respondents indicating that overall the training needs of their trainees’ were met within the hours specified within the EWTR.

    • 36% indicating that their trainees regularly worked beyond the EWTR limits.

    • 62% reporting that they had changed the way that they taught their trainees in response to the introduction of EWTR.


This isn t news to me what has changed since last year

This isn’t news to me what has changed since last year?

  • The Deanery has recently appointed Local Faculty Leads in Health Boards across Wales whose role is to specifically support trainers.

  • The Educational Supervision Tripartite Agreement will be rolled out across Wales following a successful pilot at selected sites last year. Amongst other things the Agreement makes a recommendation on the amount of SPA time that should be provided for Educational Supervision and we are also developing mechanisms to monitor the implementation of this.

  • The Deanery has revised the format of the All Wales Trainer Fora to provide a greater focus on cpd opportunities. In addition, the number of events across Wales has increased to ensure that more of you have opportunities to attend.

  • We hope that these slides have been informative but should you have any queries on the results then please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected]


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