T3 for Medical Educators

“Attention is raised by anecdotes and stories. A good teacher reaches their students through their personality.” Martin Korte, Neurobiologist.

Seminar Description
Objectives                                                                            
  • Improve the quality of “professional training services”
  • Improve customer satisfaction
  • Improve skills transfer, and knowledge management
  • Meet compliance standards for “instructing physicians
  • Become a better trainer, facilitator, moderato

Content areas

  1. Learning theory. The psychological and theoretical facts behind learning: - how to ensure the training maintains a solid basis.
  2. Objective setting. A planning structure that breaks down the learning process into transparent modules, making it easier to concentrate on students needs.
  3. Activation & Motivation. Participant involvement. The key to becoming a good trainer. How to keep students interested motivated and fully involved with many different techniques that can be directly related to the subject materials.
  4. Peer group learning. Working in pairs and groups. Shift the traditional work responsibility from the trainer to the participant. Discover training methods that will make a training session a thing to remember!
  5. Media Handling. How to use the facilities in a training room to your advantage. When and why to vary the media being used. A special section – if it is needed – on computer-aided learning.
  6. Presentation skills.  Body language techniques to support the trainer in any teaching situation. The basic skill of standing up in front of an audience will be practiced again and again over the course of the seminar.
  7. Materials workshop. A collection of templates and ideas that can be used with almost any materials. Focus on specific materials.
  8. Time planning, organisation, room set-up and basic quality standards. Focus on details and the training environment.
  9. The way ahead. Practical ways of ensuring what you teach will be remembered in the long- term.
Medical specific Needs of Pharma professionals to give instruction sessions to Physicians and Doctors
Planning of sessions so that they fit corporate learning roll-out plans
Target groups CRAs
CRPs
Sales / Marketing with a semi advisory position
Internal trainers, moderators
Internal learning organizations.
Result guarantee To guarantee train the trainer, the is a significant amount of internal investment needed. Examples (based on cases) include:
  • Defining a group of 6 “roleplayers” to play the patient in a specific series of roll-play
  • Setting up a 3 module learning programme for physicians, and defining a group of 10 trainers responsible for a roll-out to 3500 physicians world-wide, to meet compliance standards for drug testing procedures.
Duration /delivery formats 2 days, 8 people with 1 trainer
3 days with 16 people with 2 trainers
Modular format possible
Training style
  • Roleplay and teaching practice
  • Peer feedback and trainer feedback.
  • Pre work – the participants must prepare a lesson plan for the seminar.