- Applications are accepted per country
- Three names together with a short description of the possible topics of the short courses you would consider suitable together with the potential target audience (ten lines maximum) should be provided
- Where IAEA support is applicable, the IAEA will make the country selection.
- Applications to be received by 28 February 2021
- Selection to be done by 16 March 2021
- Notification and detailed information of the preparatory work to be sent by 31 May 2021
Train the RTT Trainers (5 days – 11 to 15 October 2021)
During this first week there will be introductory lectures on how to design, organise, deliver and evaluate a course, supported by practical sessions. At the end of the preparatory course, it is expected that participants will have made progress:
- An outline programme, an evaluation procedure, a checklist and timetable of tasks for the first course and identified potential lecturers
- Commenced the preparation of the topic that they will teach, have gained some skills in powerpoint presentation and started to prepare the outline of a proposed first lecture, developed a support network and identified a liaison person in their national education institute
- Established how to communicate regularly with the faculty, highlighting any difficulties that might be encountered.
First local course (3 days – between January and September 2022)
To deliver and evaluate the first local course. One or two of the international faculty will attend and give limited contribution if appropriate.
The consolidation course (3 days – October 2022)
To evaluate the first course delivered, plan for the next two courses and indicate how the education element will be sustained.
Interim support for participants.
Interim support to the participants will be provided through e-learning via an online system.
Second and third course will be delivered between January and December 2022.
Before commencing this course participants should:
- Be familiar with the education programme and involved personnel in their country
- Read the ESTRO Core Curriculum (CC) and benchmarking for RTTs and critique the content with respect to their own education programme
- Based on the evaluation of the CC, the benchmarking document and the national/local education programme define possible topics for ROADMAP their short courses.
- 8 hours of lectures
- 16 hours of assisted preparation
- 5 hours of feedback sessions
- 4 hours of discussion.
Methods of Assessment