Guidance on CT1 & CT2 requirements

Guidance on CT3 requirements

ARCP Tools

General requirements

It is a national requirement for all trainees to complete and submit a Form R ahead of each ARCP. The Form R can be downloaded from the Revalidation page.

All trainees should be registered with the appropriate Royal College. ACCS Acute Medicine and ACCS Emergency Medicine trainees must be registered with the NHS e-portfolio system.

If you are completing your evidence as a paper document, please ensure that this is completed and submitted to the School Administrator by the published submission date. All documentation should be submitted electronically (email or fax) with the relevant signaturies to the School Administrator - if this is not possible please contact the School Administrator to organise an alternative means. The original documents should be retained in your portfoio and presented on the day of your assessment. If you are completing the documentation on the e-portfolio system please ensure that this is completed by the published completion date - you are not required to submit any paperwork.


The following documents at the link below detail what is expected of each trainee at each level of training and in each individual ACCS theme. The School expects every trainee to review and use these documents to become familiar with the requirements for each assessment / theme and specialty. If you have any queries please contact your Educational Supervisor, College Tutor, ACCS Trust Lead, TPD or Assessment Coordinator

Portfolio

Acute Medicine

NHS e-portfolio

Anaesthesia

Use relevant paper portfolio as delineated in the ACCS - Guidance on Assessment Paperwork document

Emergency Medicine

NHS e-portfolio

Logbook

Acute Medicine

NHS e-portfolio

Anaesthesia

Use relevant paper portfolio as delineated in the ACCS - Guidance on Assessment Paperwork document

Emergency Medicine

NHS e-portfolio


The review will chart your progress to date and will identify any specific training needs for the future. The results of the review will be recorded on the ARCP form, copies of which will be sent to you and the Royal College with the original being retained by South West Peninsula Postgraduate Medical Education in your training record file. We advise that you share the information relating to your ARCP outcome with your Educational Supervisor to facilitate further Educational Supervision.

It is essential that the necessary documentation is returned to South West Peninsula Postgraduate Medical Education prior to the deadline as this will enable the documents to be circulated to the panel prior to the ARCP. Failure to do this may result in the assessment not going ahead and the trainee being issued with an unsatisfactory outcome.