Accreditor Training

An accreditor training session is run each year for both new and existing colleagues. Our accreditors are encouraged to attend at least one training session every three years to ensure they are kept up to speed with the latest developments and standards. The workshop format is a mix of presentations, interactive group work giving participants the chance to run through a hypothetical accreditation event and an open forum discussion.

 

In what is now known as the 'Accreditor Day', the first hour of the day is dedicated to training new accreditors and then the rest of the agenda is opened up to anyone who has an interest in sonographic education, whether they are an accreditor, course leader or someone else within the profession. Everyone is welcome to attend!

NOTICE: Accreditor Day 2018

CASE Training Lead, Gill Harrison, has provided the following update regarding this year's event:

Health Education England are working with CASE, and several professional bodies and ultrasound groups, such as BMUS and the Society and College of Radiographers, on developing a career structure for ultrasound. In addition to this work, the apprenticeship standards are being developed for ultrasound education and advanced clinical practice. As part of these work steams there are going to be changes to ultrasound education. CASE committee members are looking at this work and amending their processes for accreditation. Rather than have the regular autumn training day for CASE accreditors and interested parties this year, we plan to move it to spring 2019, to ensure that the training is relevant to the future needs of accreditors.

In the meantime, if you want information about the current accreditor training there are on-line resources available below and from the left-hand menu.

If you want additional support or advice prior to the spring training event, please contact Gill Harrison at G.Harrison@city.ac.uk

On-Line Training for New Accreditors

An on-line training lecture entitled 'The Role of the CASE Accreditor in the Accreditation Process' has been developed to give new accreditors an understanding of what their responsibilities are.

The lecture covers topics such as documentation review, the accreditation event and giving feedback.

Audio is included, running time is 26:40 minutes

 

Thank you to CASE Training Lead, Gill Harrison, for providing this material for CASE.

The handouts for the lecture are also available to view below.

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The 2017 Accreditor Day and Open Session run by CASE

Monday 23rd October, IPEM, York

 

The agenda and presentations from the day are available to download below;

CASE Update Day 2017 Agenda.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [136.5 KB]
CASE Accreditation training session 23.1[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [62.3 KB]
CASE Accreditation of Direct Entry progr[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [7.5 MB]

Training Presentations Available to Download

Some of the presentations used at previous training days can be downloaded using the links below.

Focused Courses
Focused Courses (Nov 2016).pptx
Microsoft Power Point presentation [339.2 KB]
Direct Entry - Accreditors Experience
Direct Entry - Accreditors' Experience ([...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [1.4 MB]
Accreditors Experience of Accrediting a New Graduate Entry 2-year Accelerated MSc in Medical Ultrasound
CASE accreditors experience of accrediti[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [1.3 MB]
Roles and Expectations
CASE roles and expectations - Sep2014.pp[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [5.9 MB]
Assessments - Do They Assess Learning Outcomes?
CASE - assessments do they assess learni[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [1.9 MB]
Professional Issues
Professional Issues lecture for CASE .pp[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [74.8 KB]
Developing Negotiated Imaging Modules: the University of Leeds Experience
Developing focussed postgraduate educat[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [1.1 MB]

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