Any trainees returning in the 3 months following an event will be emailed about it.
SuppoRTT Cross Specialty Event – every 2 months
Cross speciality Return to training online event for all out-of-programme trainees. Offering practical tips on managing your return to training and the opportunity to network with other returning trainees and the SuppoRTT team.
Noisy environments and babies are welcome.
Next event: 29th November 2023, 10.00-13.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/vjDVxF42uH
Future events: 31st January 2024, 10.00-13.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/MGghJLeyX2
27th March 2024, 10.00-13.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/hzfvvxrCM2
Productivity in Focus Event – every 3-4 months
A calm and focused online coaching retreat designed especially for anyone who finds working from home has reduced their productivity and focus. The day is designed to offer protected productivity whilst also learning to use ‘staying focused’ and anti-procrastination techniques to deal with performance gremlins and improve productivity.
- Learn a number of ‘staying focused’ techniques
- Learn how to self-coach during stressful situations and regain control
- Learn how to identify powerful thought patterns to reduce stress
Next event: 29th September 2023, 09.30-15.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/1dpnBheaMg
High Intensity Productivity sessions – every 3-4 months
High intensity productivity: Maximising the impact of short time periods or opportunities for progress.
We encourage you to find childcare if possible for this session to get the most out of it, however you can bring babies along if you don’t have any childcare options.
This discussion seminar will support you to make the most of short periods of study and research time. You will work to create a personalised plan of action combining High Intensity Productivity (HIP) with focused goal setting. The session considers the biggest reasons for procrastination. You will learn how to break larger research, teaching, admin and study activities in to manageable and achievable tasks. The session benefits from integrated protected self-development time to trial the tools learned in the session. There is also the opportunity to reflect on how you will implement your learning in order to make the most of future opportunities and avoid procrastination.
• Know how to set realistic goals for short periods of research, teaching, admin or study time
• Identify procrastinating behaviour and how to overcome it
• Know how to be kind to our future-self through maintaining momentum
• Know when HIP is best utilised
• Integrated protected time to trial HIP techniques with immediate demonstratable achievements
“This is an opportunity to get things done. I now have less on my to do list which is relaxing. The course is very useful for people who have a habit of putting things off.” Clinical trainee and PhD researcher, NHS East Midlands 2020
Next event: 10th October 2023, 10.00-12.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/kr2x9h0sJq
Future events: 24th January 2024, 10.00-12.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/qGwEWzV5SK
Coach yourself through imposter syndrome sessions – every 3-4 months
This online discussion seminar with small group coaching will identify common aspects of impostor syndrome affecting trainees returning to training. The session will support trainees to cultivate helpful thought patterns and beliefs for confidence. The small group and peer coaching approach allows trainees to consider how they can begin to internalise accomplishments, challenge limiting beliefs and showcase strengths.
Babies are welcome for this session.
• Identify common aspects of impostor syndrome affecting trainees returning to training
• Cultivate impostor syndrome beating thought patterns
• Recognise personal values and beliefs that support self-confidence and esteem
• Have a productive coaching conversation with colleagues and peers to support others suffering with impostor syndrome
“I think everyone would benefit from this course. Even if they don’t suffer from imposter syndrome, it would still be useful for them to be able to identify it in their trainees/colleagues and be able to suggest some strategies”
OOPC Trainee, East Midlands, February 2021
Next event: 13th December 2023, 10.00-12.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/bzTsMn5Sya
Future events: 13th March 2024, 10.00-12.00 – to book a space: https://forms.office.com/e/TwUz7jKWi9