The University of Queensland Regional Training Hub Central Queensland (RTHCQ) invites junior doctors to attend a face-to-face professional development session on Clinical Supervision Skills, facilitated by Brain Friendly Training.

This free workshop includes:

  • Supervision Skills for clinicians
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Learning during difficult situations
  • Bedside teaching


Laurie Kelly  speaks nationally and internationally on how to use current knowledge of ‘how the brain works’ to maximize the impact of training and new learning. He is one of Australia’s master trainers, having built a reputation since 1992 on delivering ‘skills-based’ professional training for adult educators in how to deliver content so learners learn and the learning sticks.  He brings with him an enormous variety of life and corporate experience, working with groups as varied as QFES, Government Departments, The Banking Ombudsman’s Office, H.R. Managers, CEO’s, students, and nursing educators, medical consultants and registrars from some major Australian Hospitals as well as educators in major and smaller RTOs across Australia and the Pacific. 

Sue-Ellen Kusher is a Senior Trainer in the Brain Friendly team whose key areas of specialisation are: People and Performance, Leadership and Impact, Presentation, Change and Digital Learning Innovation. The trainers will demonstrate a large number of skills, tips and strategies to get your subject matter across and be 100% effective. Expect to experience Brain Friendly learning in practice and see how easy it is to implement into any learning context. 



UQ Rural Clinical School, Cnr Cambridge and Canning Street, Rockhampton