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The Recruitment Process

Pages in this section...

bullet The Applicants Guide
bullet Guide to applying online
bullet Apply Now - new candidate
bullet Log on to track your application
bullet How to Scan and Attach documents
bullet Dates and Deadlines
bullet Available GP Training Programmes
bullet Academic GP Training Programmes
bullet Competition Ratios
bullet Research and evaluation evidence

See also...

bullet Read our News Blog
bullet Frequently asked questions
bullet Deanery profiles
bullet Help page
bullet Website map

Remaining vacancies

View the available GP Training Programmes 2012 for Round 2!

Round 2 applications can be submitted from 9.00am Monday 19th March 2012.

The closing date for Round 2 applications is midnight Wednesday 4th April 2012.


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Log back on to track the progress of your application.

Track your application!

Calendar

Important dates and deadlines that you must adhere to.

Recruitment DATES and Deadlines!

News

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Introduction...

The National Recruitment Office co-ordinates the nationally agreed and quality assured process for recruitment to GP Specialty Training Programmes. All submitted applications for GP specialty training will be assessed using a standard, national and consistent staged process outlined below. This is an established and well-researched selection process using modern methodologies that we are confident are fair, robust and fit for purpose.

The National Recruitment Process

The competency based selection process allows applicants to demonstrate their abilities and suitability for GP training - applications are assessed by the demonstration of competencies as outlined in the National Person Specification. Applicants are reminded that entry to GP specialty training is highly competitive.

Information about competition ratios in previous recruitment rounds and the number of available vacancies within each deanery are available. Read more>>

 

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