Course learning outcomes
By completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Define feedback and dialogic feedback
2. Describe the principles of effective feedback
3. Identify the impact of trust on effective feedback
4. Identify a model of feedback
5. Participate in a feedback dialogue
6. Recognise verbal and non-verbal impacts on a feedback dialogue
7. Identify how to seek feedback.
Are you eligible for this course?
This course is suitable and recommended for Trainees.
Mode of delivery: Online
Duration: 1 hour
Course commences at the start of each month. You will have 30 days to complete the course.
|Start Date||End Date|
|Friday 1 December 2023||Saturday 30 December 2023|
|Thursday 1 February 2024||Friday 1 March 2024|
|Friday 1 March 2024||Saturday 30 March 2024|
|Monday 1 April 2024||Tuesday 30 April 2024|
|Wednesday 1 May 2024||Thursday 30 May 2024|
|Saturday 1 June 2024||Sunday 30 June 2024|
|Monday 1 July 2024||Tuesday 30 July 2024|
|Thursday 1 August 2024||Friday 30 August 2024|
|Sunday 1 September 2024||Monday 30 September 2024|
|Tuesday 1 October 2024||Wednesday 30 October 2024|
|Friday 1 November 2024||Saturday 30 November 2024|
This course is free for SET Trainees and SIMGS within the College.
- Free for SET Trainees and SIMGS within the College.
- A$60 or NZ$65 for non-members of the College.
Completing this course may entitle you to 1 CPD point. Please note for RACS SET Trainees your CPD is taken care of in your training. For further information please see here.
Main RACS competencies addressed
- Health advocacy
Course references are available from the RACS library (login required).
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