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Training Evaluation Form Guidance
The Training Evaluation Form (TEF) has been
The RCOG Training Evaluation Form is separate from
redeveloped to enable detailed evaluation of training in
the PMETB Trainees’ Survey and seeks to act as a
obstetrics and gynaecology, in a manner that will be
specialty-owned bank of information about training
defined and informed by the RCOG independently, and
which may be developed and used to its best advantage
which comprehensively addresses all aspects of training
by those training in and delivering training in the
in this specialty. This will inform trainees, training
specialty.
programme directors and DSTC chairs, as well as the
RCOG, via the Trainees Committee, Specialty
Data collated from each form would be available and
Education and Advisory Committee and Chairs of
distributed to interested groups via different levels of
DSTCs Committee.
access: for instance, DSTC chairs and regional trainee
chairs would be enabled to access all the data collected
All trainees should complete the TEF on an annual
for units in their remit; trainees and college tutors within
basis, prior to their end-of-year assessment. It is
a region could have access to collated annual feedback
proposed that completion of the form should be enabled
for particular units and for regional collated data; the
electronically, via the RCOG website, to enable data to
RCOG Council and Trainees’ Committee would have
be collated and distributed easily. Within the RCOG,
access to regional and national data. Access to different
the data collected should be of maximum value to all of
levels of information would be password-protected.
the following groups:
The TEF, in its pilot form, has already been useful in
RCOG Council and other committees
establishing how training is being delivered in the
To allow continued collection of data previously
specialty. The form is envisaged as a live document,
obtained from the Hospital Recognition
which, in its electronic format, may be subject to
Committee and to assess the national delivery
modification in the future in order to reflect any changes
of training in the specialty and to assist in
to curricula or training issues.
consultations with PMETB.
RCOG Trainees’ Committee
To allow the committee to view training from a
trainees perspective and to provide useful
information for dissemination to trainees and
potential trainees on a regional and national
basis.
Deanery STCs
To highlight performance of units in deaneries
along the lines of previous assessments so that
good practice can be adopted and problem areas
addressed.
To allow specialty-based feedback to the
postgraduate dean and PMETB so that further
inspections can be best focused where needed.
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Training Evaluation Form Guidance
The Training Evaluation Form (TEF) has been
The RCOG Training Evaluation Form is separate from
redeveloped to enable detailed evaluation of training in
the PMETB Trainees’ Survey and seeks to act as a
obstetrics and gynaecology, in a manner that will be
specialty-owned bank of information about training
defined and informed by the RCOG independently, and
which may be developed and used to its best advantage
which comprehensively addresses all aspects of training
by those training in and delivering training in the
in this specialty. This will inform trainees, training
specialty.
programme directors and DSTC chairs, as well as the
RCOG, via the Trainees Committee, Specialty
Data collated from each form would be available and
Education and Advisory Committee and Chairs of
distributed to interested groups via different levels of
DSTCs Committee.
access: for instance, DSTC chairs and regional trainee
chairs would be enabled to access all the data collected
All trainees should complete the TEF on an annual
for units in their remit; trainees and college tutors within
basis, prior to their end-of-year assessment. It is
a region could have access to collated annual feedback
proposed that completion of the form should be enabled
for particular units and for regional collated data; the
electronically, via the RCOG website, to enable data to
RCOG Council and Trainees’ Committee would have
be collated and distributed easily. Within the RCOG,
access to regional and national data. Access to different
the data collected should be of maximum value to all of
levels of information would be password-protected.
the following groups:
The TEF, in its pilot form, has already been useful in
RCOG Council and other committees
establishing how training is being delivered in the
To allow continued collection of data previously
specialty. The form is envisaged as a live document,
obtained from the Hospital Recognition
which, in its electronic format, may be subject to
Committee and to assess the national delivery
modification in the future in order to reflect any changes
of training in the specialty and to assist in
to curricula or training issues.
consultations with PMETB.
RCOG Trainees’ Committee
To allow the committee to view training from a
trainees perspective and to provide useful
information for dissemination to trainees and
potential trainees on a regional and national
basis.
Deanery STCs
To highlight performance of units in deaneries
along the lines of previous assessments so that
good practice can be adopted and problem areas
addressed.
To allow specialty-based feedback to the
postgraduate dean and PMETB so that further
inspections can be best focused where needed.
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Domains Assessed in Training Evaluation Form
DOMAIN
PURPOSE
Working Pattern and Rota
This covers the European Working Time Directive and its
impact on training from the trainees perspective as well as
looking at hospital ‘hotel’ services as assessed by the
postgraduate dean task forces
Hospital Processes
As previously used by Hospital Recognition Committee (HRC)
and currently by CNST, this domain assesses the processes by
which trainees are introduced to their unit and the delivery of
training considered essential to effective clinical governance
Hospital Resources
Again used in the past by HRC – an assessment of educational
resources within both the unit and the hospital
Educational Programme
Addresses delivery of education at a local level as well as
assessing release for study leave and deanery-based teaching
Assessment of ward- and outpatient-based training and inter-
Clinic and Ward-based Training
staff rapport and team working
Support, supervision and training in obstetrics including
Obstetric Skills Training
numerical assessment of training opportunities
Support, supervision and training in gynaecological surgery,
Gynaecological Skills Training
including numerical assessment of operative procedures
Professional Development
Assesses the development of the trainee as an independent
practitioner and assesses relationships within unit
Audit/Research
Opportunities and support given for both audit and research
compared with trainee’s own expectations
Educational Support
Individual trainee assessment of their educational supervision
Recommendations to Future
A synopsis of the trainee’s view of the unit’s suitability for
Trainees and Summary
training different levels of trainee
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RCOG Training Evaluation Form
Name of Trainee: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Deanery: ___________________________________________________
Name of Hospital/Trust: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Dates of Attachment: From _ _ _ _ _ _ To _____________
Post Held: NTN / VTN / FTSTA 1 - 2 / ODFS
StR Year 1 – 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 – 6 – 7
SpR Year 2 – 3 – 4 – 5
For SpR/StR trainees: Projected date for completion of training: ___________
Flexible trainee: Y / N
This form is an essential part of the ARCP process. It collates information that will help both the RCOG Education Board and Trainees Committees
as well as your local Specialty Training Committee to assess the training you have received and to highlight both areas of best practice and concern for
PMETB. Please use this form to evaluate the training opportunities provided by your current post completing ALL domains as requested. If you find
it necessary to expand a response please highlight it in the table and use the space provided at the end of the form and additional sheets of paper as
necessary. The anonymised data will be entered onto a national database to allow long-term monitoring of obstetrics and gynaecology training.
WORKING PATTERN & ROTA
How many participate in your rota? < 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 > 10 (please circle)
Work Pattern? Full Shift / Partial Shift / On Call
Strongly Disagree
Disagree Ambivalent
Agree
Strongly Agree
Rota is compliant with Working Time Directive
Rota allows team working and continuity of care
Rota organisation allows me to easily attend training sessions
I rarely miss training sessions to cover leave of colleagues
My schedule was tailored to my learning objectives
I was able to attend ATSM sessions (ST6-7 trainees)
The hospital catering was of an acceptable standard
The on-call accommodation was of an acceptable standard
HOSPITAL PROCESSES
Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
Initial departmental induction programme
Access to unit protocols/guidelines
Early initial meeting with educational supervisor
Effective assessment of your previous experience/competence
Regular RCOG-based assessment of your training
Multidisciplinary teamworking in unit
Rehearsal of emergency drills
Training in basic life support
Training in neonatal resuscitation
Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
HOSPITAL RESOURCES
Access to library/librarian
Suitable range of books/journals (include online access)
Access to inter-library loans
Access to computers
Access to internet
Access to Medline/Cochrane Database
Access to IT training in house
Access to audiovisual aids
Access to lecture/tutorial rooms
Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME
Overall quality of hospital teaching
Adequate protected time for teaching
Appropriate content of teaching
Consultant presence at teaching
Effective clinical review sessions
Effective audit sessions
Effective journal review sessions
Effective perinatal meetings
Appropriate RCOG-based teaching
Opportunity for you to present in-house
Adequate time for self-directed learning
Guaranteed release for deanery teaching
Study leave release/funding for appropriate courses
Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
CLINIC- and WARD-BASED TRAINING
Antenatal clinics – general
Antenatal clinics – high-risk maternal and fetal medicine
Consultant teaching ward rounds – antenatal/postnatal wards
Consultant teaching ward rounds – labour ward
Multidisciplinary working on antenatal/postnatal wards
Multidisciplinary working on labour ward
Gynaecology clinics – general
Gynaecology clinics – specialist
Consultant teaching ward rounds – gynaecology
Multidisciplinary teamwork on gynaecology wards
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Opportunity to discuss cases and demonstrate skills in clinics
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Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
OBSTETRIC SKILLS TRAINING
Demonstration of obstetric interventional techniques
Opportunity to operate on labour ward
Supervision and support on labour ward – during the day
Supervision and support on labour ward – during the night
Assessment of obstetric skills by trainers (including OSATS)
On average how many obstetric procedures do you participate in each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many Caesarean sections do you perform each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many assisted vaginal deliveries do you perform each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
GYNAECOLOGY SKILLS TRAINING
Demonstration of gynaecological surgical techniques
Opportunity to operate (minor/intermediate cases)
Opportunity to operate (major cases)
Opportunity to operate (emergency cases)
Supervision and support in gynaecology theatre – elective work
Supervision and support in gynaecology theatre - emergencies
Assessment of gynae surgical skills by trainers (include OSATS)
On average how many minor/intermediate gynae procedures do you observe each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many minor/intermed. gynae procedures do you perform under supervision each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many minor/intermediate gynae procedures do you perform independently each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many major gynae procedures do you observe each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many major gynae procdures do you perform under supervision each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
On average how many major gynae procedures do you perform independently each month
<2 3
4
5
6 >7
Very Poor
Poor
Satisfactory
Good
Excellent
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Appropriate development of own independence in patient care
Appropriate feedback about your performance
Opportunity to develop administrative and management skills
Communication/rapport with consultants
Communication/rapport with fellow trainees
Communication/rapport with midwifery staff
Communication/rapport with gynaecology staff
Strongly Disagree
Disagree Ambivalent
Agree
Strongly Agree
AUDIT AND RESEARCH
I was able to undertake at least one audit project
I received encouragement and support in undertaking clinical research
My audit and research expectations were met in full
EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
Strongly Disagree
Disagree Ambivalent
Agree
Strongly Agree
EDUCATIONAL SUPERVISOR
My educational supervisor was approachable if I needed advice
My educational supervisor was supportive if I had a problem
My educational supervisor participated in effective appraisals
Strongly Disagree
Disagree Ambivalent
Agree
Strongly Agree
BEHAVIOUR YOU MAY HAVE EXPERIENCED
In this post, have you been subjected to persistent behaviour by others which
has eroded your professional confidence or self esteem?
Nurses or
Patients or
Consultants
Other trainees
Managers
Other
Midwives
relatives
If you agreed or strongly agreed, which one of the following has been the
MAIN source of this behaviour?
(tick one only and only if this applies to you)
Strongly Disagree
Disagree Ambivalent
Agree
Strongly Agree
RECOMMENDATION TO OTHER TRAINEES
I would recommend this post to other Yr 1-2 ST trainees
I would recommend this post to other Yr 3-5 ST trainees
I would recommend this post to other Yr 6-7 ST trainees
I have enjoyed working in this unit
SUMMARY
The thing I most liked about this unit was:
The thing I least liked about this unit was:
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
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If space is inadequate, please make any additional comments on a further sheet and attach to main form
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey

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