Tuesday, 12 November 2013

TRAMm Team Talk at Tomorrow's SHOUT!

Join us at SHOUT tomorrow night for our hotly anticipated interactive event with the TRAMm Team! 

On Wednesday 13th November Sarah, Deb and Roe will be speaking about their TRAMm Model and providing attendees with the chance to learn how to use the TRAMm tools. For clinicians and students alike, this is a great opportunity to find out more about this popular and user-friendly model and try out for yourself whether TRAMm can make your CPD recording easier and more effective.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is a mandatory requirement of the Health and Care Professions Council and has been embraced by the College of Occupational Therapists. The TRAMm (Tell, Record, Activity, Monitor and measure) Model aims to provide a framework to guide both individuals and organisations, and enable them to maximize the potential of CPD. 

After a short overview of the model, you will be able to explore the application of the TRAMm Model, Trail and Tracker to your practice using the tools available. Opportunity for feedback and discussion regarding its future research and development will conclude the workshop.

About our speakers:
Sarah Lawson, a community occupational therapist with Chester West and Cheshire council who joined the TRAMm development group in 2010, is the lead designer of the TRAMm Tracker and TRAMm Trail. 

Deb Hearle is an occupational therapist and experienced educator and manager as well as Interprofessional Education Lead and Associate Director Undergraduate Studies at Cardiff University and has acted as mentor to the TRAMm design team since its inception as well as more recently joining the core TRAMm development group. 

Roe Morris, a community occupational therapist with Cheshire West and Chester Council, was the co-ordinator of the original TRAMm Model design team and remains part of the core TRAMm development group. 

The TRAMm team will also be joined by Gill Smith, a third year SHU occupational therapy student, who will briefly share a student's perspective in using the model for CPD.

Visit the TRAMm website http://www.trammcpd.com/ for more information. 

To book your place at this popular event email shout.event@gmail.com and your place will be confirmed.

The talk will take place in the Robert Winston Building at our Collegiate Cresent Campus. 
Registration and light refreshments are from 5.30pm in the reception/cafe, with the talk starting at 6pm and finishing before 7.30pm.Costs: £2 for students.

We hope you can make it and we look forward to seeing you there!

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