GP Trainees train full time on a three year clinical programme, in order to achieve their CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training) and become General Practitioners. The training aims to prepare the trainee for providing high quality care in the community, within the context of current and future NHS.
What do GP Trainees do?
- Train to acquire knowledge and skills for working in practices in the future
- Learn to meet the standard for working in both large and small practices, inner city and rural practices, out-of-hours practices, Walk in Centres and also prisons
- Take a variety of workshops on board to further their development
- Complete a Medical degree and achieve their CCT
- A Grade in English and Maths and at least a B Grade in Science
- Be subscribed to the trainee e-portfolio as a GP Specialist Trainee