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The Faculty of Perioperative Care

Courses

The Faculty of Perioperative Care (FPC) is developing a portfolio of bespoke courses for perioperative practitioners - forthcoming courses are listed below.

These courses have been accredited by the The Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP).

Print a copy of the 2018 courses flyer to share with your colleagues.


Book now for an early bird discount until 31 July 2018!

Faculty of Perioperative Care Annual Conference 2018
The Perioperative Practitioner: Working within One's Scope of Practice

Birmingham, 3 November 2018


Basic Surgical Skills (Edinburgh)

Edinburgh, 4-5 September 2018 - 12 CPD points

Fee: £585 (£550 for RCSEd Members/Affiliates)

This two day course, aimed at SCPs, FY1 and above, is designed to instil core surgical skills at the very start of a surgeon's training by teaching the correct basic techniques. These courses are run from our Surgical Skills Centre in Edinburgh eight times per year, and also from centres in Dundee, Nottingham and overseas. 


Leadership and Development for Perioperative Practitioners

Birmingham, 2 November 2018 - 3 CPD points

Discount available to those attending the Faculty of Perioperative Care Annual Conference 2018

This course will help participants to develop self awareness of their learning styles, individual strengths and development needs. It will also discuss service improvement including writing business cases and discuss areas such as time management and work life balance. (This course has been accredited by the AfPP Education Reference Group.)


The Extended Surgical Team in Cardiothoracic Surgery

Birmingham, 2 November 2018 - 2 CPD points

Free to those attending the Faculty of Perioperative Care Annual Conference 2018

This short course will be delivered in a series of lectures. At the end of this course delegates will have an understanding of SCP training, relevant anatomy, training in the specialty, assessment and career progress.


Perioperative Key Skills Course

TBC

Basic surgical skills are fundamental to the practice of safe surgery. The surgical assistant is an extremely important member of the operating team who needs to be familiar with the basic procedures in open and laparoscopic surgery as well as the dynamics of the theatre environment.