Two heads are better than one when teaching, provided you plan well and pick the right methods to suit the course, says Bronwen Williams
Co-training can be an excellent experience for students and trainers alike, and can support increased learning. This article considers how co-training can be used in health and social care training classrooms. It explores the theory and practice of training with a colleague, which can appear to be an easy option but may in fact be much harder than training alone. By focusing on the relationship between individual trainers and joint training methodologies, the aim of the article is to share information that is useful to full-time trainers and to clinicians who undertake training as an occasional activity.
Mental Health Practice. 17, 9, 14-19. doi: 10.7748/mhp.17.9.14.e817Correspondence
This article has been subject to double blind peer reviewConflict of interest
Received: 08 November 2012
Accepted: 01 October 2013
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