Preceptorship is a key performance requirement of the U.A.E Nursing and Midwifery Council. This two-day course has been developed to provide preceptors with the necessary skills, attitudes and behaviours required to precept new staff more effectively. The target group is registered nurses who have a responsibility to precept new nurses in their working environment.
Course topics include:
What is Preceptorship?
Roles and responsibilities of the Preceptor and Preceptee
The phases of the Preceptorship process
Cultural differences and communication
Conflict management in the workplace
On completion of the course, you should be able to:
Explain how to successfully facilitate the preceptorship process when initiating a preceptor/preceptee relationship
Identify challenges that can complicate the progress of a preceptee and apply strategies to overcome these challenges
Discuss how to provide effective feedback to nurses from different generations, by taking generational and cultural differences into account