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Preparing for curriculum change 2021 webinar



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The 2021 curriculum will significantly impact trainee assessment and the role of supervisors’ professional judgement in trainee assessment.

The new curriculum was introduced from August 2021. It places the professional judgements made about trainees by clinical supervisors at the heart of assessment. The new curriculum has a significant impact on how trainees are assessed while representing a critical shift in how supervisors use their professional judgement in trainee assessment.

Because the curriculum will become ‘outcomes-based’, trainees will be able to finish training when they are judged to have reached the level expected of a day-1 consultant in their specialty. Three new components will be introduced to support this change - the Capabilities in Practice (CiPs) and Generic Professional Capabilities (GPCs) representing the capabilities of a day-1 consultant, while the third, the Multiple Consultant Report (MCR) measuring the progression of trainees towards that standard.

The starting point for the webinar will be the information you may have already seen on the ISCP website: https://www.iscp.ac.uk/iscp/curriculum-2021/

We recommend that you watch our other videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6t55DM_koes&list=PLXkl8qdARYeQjr84Z8HQ3ddj0MpawoZFB

and try out the MCR trial before the webinar: https://www.iscp.ac.uk/2020/curriculum/assessment/trial-mcr/list-current-trainees

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Chapters:

00:00 Intro & Aims
04:17 Key Changes
06:33 Entrustment
08:12 CiPs & GPCs
11:52 The Training Pathway
17:16 The MCR
40:49 MCR Feedback
44:13 The Self-Assessment
58:22 The Learning Agreement
1:14:43 Transition
1:17:41 Common Challenges
1:19:33 Summary & Benefits
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