IACC 2022 Assessor webinar recordings

Recordings of the IACC assessor workshops and refresher workshop for the IACC 2022.

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All assessors should attend the live webinars for these workshops. Details of future workshops are available in our events section. If you are unable to attend a live webinar, you must watch the recordings before you assess any trainees. New assessors must attend all three workshops and previous IACC assessors only need to attend the IACC Refresher workshop.

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Introduction to Assessment (1 of 2)

If you are a new or inexperienced assessor, or want to find out a bit more about the STP final assessment, how it is designed, about reflective writing and the marking criteria, then this workshop is for you.

The aim of this workshop is to build on your experience of assessment and to develop your understanding of its role in the Scientific Training Programme. By the end of the workshop you will be able to:

  • critically examine your own values, beliefs and attitudes in relation to assessment
  • define what is meant by the term ‘assessment’ including formative and summative assessment
  • examine the purposes of assessment
  • analyse the characteristics of a good assessment
  • evaluate the importance of feedback for formative and summative assessment
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Summative Assessment (2 of 2)

This workshop has a focus on the STP final assessment, the Independent Assessment of Clinical Competence (IACC). The aim of this workshop is to enable you to engage with the IACC as an effective and confident assessor. By the end of this session you will be able to:

  • confidently engage in assessing summative assessments e.g. IACC
  • write constructive feedback across all grade descriptors
  • use effective and probing questioning techniques to elicit evidence of learning
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IACC Refresher workshop (for all assessors)

This workshops introduces the changes and updates to the Independent Assessment of Clinical Competence (IACC) for 2022. At the end of this session you will be able to:

  • explain the basis of the IACC assessment to your fellow assessors in their specialty
  • describe the changes for 2022
  • apply the revised marking criteria to sample assessments

Updates include:

  • introduction of case-based discussions to interview component
  • observers will track assessors
  • standard scripts for setting the context

Last updated on 14th July 2022