Teaching & Learning

Training Days

As a trainee you will be expected to attend a set number of regional training days throughout the training year in addition to local teaching at your trust.   Each school will have a minimum number of events you are expected to attend in order to achieve a successful outcome at your ARCP.

Regional training days should be booked via your school.   To attend a regional training day, you should book study leave with your trust according to their notice period, usually a minimum of six weeks.   If you are unable to attend, you must give your school a valid reason for non-attendance. This may include:

  • Your Trust cannot release you from service (if this recurs, please contact your school)
  • Pre booked leave (although you shouldn’t make a habit of this)
  • Illness/bereavement/special leave
  • Exams
  • On nights

Your attendance or non-attendance at each event will be noted and made available to the ARCP panel. The reasons above will be taken into account by the panel, providing they are valid.

Note – trainees must book their place before attending. Trainees who do not book a place may be turned away due to capacity. Trainees who have booked to attend and can no longer attend, should aim to give their school at least 48 hours’ notice; so that another trainee can attend in your place. Trainees who do not attend and fail to give a valid reason beforehand will be reported to their training programme directors.

For information regarding training days please visit your schools page on Synapse: https://secure.synapse.nhs.uk/

National Trainees Conference 2018

The RCOG IS to proud to host 2018’s National Trainees Conference in Birmingham.  Join us for two days of exciting keynote speakers, discussion and networking opportunities.

Open to O&G trainees at all levels, this is a must-attend event to network, boost your CV and receive the latest clinical updates from your specialty.

Keep an eye on this page for regular support resources and to connect with your colleagues up and down the country.

Why not showcase your work at NTC? You can by submit an abstract or oral poster presentation with the top scoring abstracts selected to feature as part of the Conference programme.

Abstracts accepted and presented at the Conference will also be published in an online supplement to BJOG.

Find out more: http://bit.ly/RCOGNTC

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