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Webinar Plus: Mentoring New Graduates And Students For Career Satisfaction, Employability And Retention

Royal Veterinary College

3 years ago

Date: Monday 3rd June, 2024 - Sunday 30th June, 2024
Start time: 9:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Cost: £199

Key Areas
Mentor or teacher? What’s the difference and what’s the best way to help?
Resilience and new graduate wellbeing: What’s the problem?
Old ways vs new? How to help your new graduates successfully integrate their university teaching into the realities of clinical practice, particularly shared decision-making and client-oriented practice
Preparing and sustaining yourself as a mentor: Self-management tools for busy people in supporting roles
Looking after the mentor: How can you help yourself when helping others?

About this course
Do you want to support new graduates within your practice but are unsure how to do so effectively to achieve a mutually beneficial outcome?

New graduate career satisfaction and retention is an increasing concern within the profession, but it can be difficult to know how to help. This course is focused on helping you to provide a supportive environment for new graduates, to help you support them reach their full potential, both professional and personal, and help you retain the new recruits you have invested so much in.

We know that the veterinary and veterinary nursing professions place significant demands on new graduates who can often feel under-prepared for the wide-ranging challenges encountered in the workplace. Mentoring new graduates to become resilient to these challenges (or mentoring students, to become resilient new graduates!) is rewarding, but can be overwhelming. How do you help new graduates, when you learned to cope with the challenges of practice by ‘muddling through’? Are the challenges they are facing different today? This course will unpack some of the difficulties faced by new graduates and explore ways you can support them to develop into professionally and emotionally confident members of the veterinary profession.

Questions on the RCVS’s new graduate programme will be welcomed and tips will be provided on completing the portfolio.

Why do this course?
To help you develop a supportive developmental environment for new graduates that will be mutually beneficial to them, yourself and your practice.

Who is it for?

Vet and vet nurses

The Speakers

Elizabeth Armitage-Chan, MA VetMB DipACVAA FHEA PhD MRCVSReader in Veterinary EducationThe Royal Veterinary CollegeRachel Davis, BSc PhD PGCap PGDip FHEASenior Lecturer in Veterinary Education, RVC and Educational Consultant and Developmental CoachThe Coaching Cabin, Welwyn

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

16 hours

Registration and Booking

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