From October 2023 Doctors in Kent, Surrey & Sussex will not be able to access Faculty Development support (including workshops and groups) via the London PSU.  If you are a Doctor in KSS you can access local support via


Leading through Education for Excellent Patient Care (LEEP

The LEEP course is a NEW interactive Leadership course that has been developed by HEE London. It will be delivered in local NHS Trusts, Primary Care and HEE London, is suitable for all NHS staff and is complimentary to leadership training in organisations. The course is delivered over 4 webinars and participants will learn through sharing their experiences and understanding of concepts in discussions and gain practical experience of positive change with a quality improvement project. The course is approved and free to access for London postgraduate medical trainees, and other Leadership courses will only be funded if LEEP is unavailable. For further information, please Click here



Neurodiversity Workshops for Supervisors

These virtual workshops are available to all NHS healthcare professionals in London who are involved in supervision.

Supporting autistic trainees: A workshop for supervisors

Introduction to neurodiversity

Understanding dyslexia as supervisors

Supporting trainees who have ADHD: A workshop for supervisors


NEW: Skills Workshops for Supervisors

These virtual workshops are available to all NHS healthcare professionals in London who are involved in supervision.

Using a coaching approach as supervisors: An introduction

Narrative supervision skills for supervisors  

Exploring the power of Clean language approach in Supervision: An innovate approach for supervisors


GP Supervisor Course The GP Supervisors Course is mandatory for all GPs who wish to become educational supervisors, or a placement named clinical supervisors in primary care. This includes those wanting to be the educational supervisor of GPs in specialty training (aka a GP trainer) or the named clinical supervisor for GP STs or foundation doctors in clinical placements in general practice.  Email:

Introduction to Clinical Education and Training This free, two or three day course is for educators from any primary care background who are new to a training and/or supervisory role and who want to support and assess learners in practice. It is also open to experienced educators who want to develop faculty and/or deliver supervision skills courses in their own localities. Email:

F2 Conference for Established GP Supervisors

A one day conference for established GP F2 supervisors


Introduction to Supervision in Primary Care for shift supervisors 

For clinicians (doctors, nurses, AHPs) who are keen to get involved in supervision of learners, supporting their training and their Educators in practice.


GP Clinical Supervisor Training for the NHS England Clinical Pharmacist in General Practice

Details about clinical supervisor training for primary care pharmacy education can be found on the CPPE website at the following link:


Introduction to Supervision in Urgent and Unscheduled Care

A one day in-person course.


This interactive course is for urgent and unscheduled care/out of hours clinicians in primary care who wish to supervise trainees in that setting, particularly GPs.

You will explore the practicalities of supervision in OOH and practice some supervision skills including feedback.


The Learning Lunch - new perspectives in medical education

A series of virtual lunchtime seminars to promote discussion and reflection amongst educators in primary and secondary care.


The Human Dimension of Supervision This half-day workshop is open to educational supervisors in London.  
We will
- Reflect on our work as supervisors and what makes us flourish
- Challenge formulaic conceptions of capabilities/ competences that may not reflect changing cultural
and societal norms
- Consider how formative assessment might be collaborative, exploring the learner’s thought
processes, decision making, values and assumptions
- Introduce the idea of Creative Enquiry
- Explore conceptions and formation of professional identity



Identity and Inclusion Workshop

This workshop is available to all primary and secondary care educators in London.

The workshop covers the following themes:

  • Common types of bias -why our judgements are not as objective as we may think they are
  • How to mitigate against the effects of bias
  • Causes of differential attainment
  • Identity and stereotype threat
  • Inclusion

Bullying and Harassment Workshop for Medical Education Leads and Supervisors A fully interactive, new, free half-day workshop to share experiences and consider how we might prevent, respond to and support learners/supervisors affected by Bullying & Harassment in our workplaces.

Workplace Violence and Aggression

Workshop for trainers; A workshop to help you support your trainees following incidents of workplace violence and aggression.


Workplace violence and aggression is common in the healthcare setting and it and has a significant impact on the individual resulting in anxiety, depression, PTSD and leaving staff questioning their competence, confidence, organisation and willingness to continue in the job. The majority of trainees will report workplace violence and aggression to their supervisor, the supervisor's response and follow-up can have a significant mitigation on the impact of workplace violence and aggression for the trainee. 


This workshop highlights the types, occurrence, risk factors and impact of workplace violence and aggression through survey data and case studies. With breakout rooms and discussion on trauma informed work, practical application and pathways for trainee support which could be implemented locally. It also provides space for trainer reflection on the issue of workplace violence and aggression as well as the impact this has on the whole workforce. 

Registration link-

Supporting the Neurodivergent Learner

This workshop is for multi-professional educators in London wishing to develop their skills and understanding of supporting neurodivergent learners. It will be suitable for

- Educational Supervisors

- Clinical Supervisors

- Training Programme Directors

- Associate Deans

- Heads of School

Areas that will be covered:

1) Developing an understanding of neurodivergence with a particular focus on common experiences, patterns and themes which may be suggestive of dyslexia, ADHD and autism

2) Considering the experience of neurodivergent trainees

3) Approaching conversations with a trainee experiencing difficulties where neurodivergence may be unidentified and worth considering as a relevant context

4) Supporting trainees with identified neurodivergence

Attendance certificates will be provided.

Registration Link Below-

30 July 2024, 09:00 – 16:30

Venue: LG15 (S) NHS England, Wellington House, 133-155 Waterloo Road, SE1 8UG

11 September 2024, 09:00 – 16:30

Venue: LG15 (S) NHS England, Wellington House, 133-155 Waterloo Road, SE1 8UG