Potential to Performance
To work collaboratively with individual candidates in order to make a meaningful difference to their CASC skills by identifying barriers, providing honest feedback, imparting training and remaining supportive and persistent during the transition."
- Course team
Welcome to our website!
The Cognitions for CASC training course offers comprehensive training and mentoring for the MRCPsych CASC exam. Our tried-and-tested training model is effective in identifying areas for improvement and reducing habitual errors in CASC scenarios. The course provides intensive training in small groups with a high trainer to candidate ratio.
Our trainers will help you identify areas for improvement and barriers to success. In addition to clinical knowledge and skills, the course will improve your interview and communication skills and techniques. It will also address any personal factors such as exam anxiety, previous experience and other individual factors. The solutions and strategies we offer are tailored to your individal needs.
We have an experienced team of trainers and role-players who understand the CASC requirements well and have supported candidates in their CASC preparation since 2009. The course will provide meaningful and effective feedback with creative strategies designed to enhance your revision.
We are only able to accept a limited number of bookings per course and are unable to increase the number of training places. This is based on our conviction that real change happens only in small groups!
For more details about our courses, please click here. We offer the following:
- Weekend training course
- Practice sessions
- Individual coaching
- Skype practice
All our courses are held near London Heathrow.
List of resources - We have compiled a list of useful websites and external resources to support your revision.
Read testimonials from candidates who have attended our courses.
Comprehensive training, mentoring and support for the CASC examination
"A highly recommended CASC course for candidates who prefer small group training using an individualised approach"