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Take the step from medical school into training with confidence. See our helpful guidance, know your career options and get the support you need.
We know how challenging it is starting a new post, whatever stage of your training you're at. Get advice, support and information to guide you through your next transition.
Find out everything you need to know about applying for a specialty training post, from application deadlines to useful resources plus top tips for your application.
Deaneries and LETBs are responsible for education, training and workforce planning at a local level - get more information and use our map to find your deanery or LETB.
PSA is a collaborative project that enables foundation students to demonstrate competencies in the safe and effective use of medicines.
Detailed information for speciality trainees on the Inter-Deanery Transfer (IDT) arrangement, which allows them to move between UK deaneries during their training programme.
Are you having problems with your training? You are not alone. Read our FAQs if you're experiencing issues with your education and training.
To continue your training after medical school you must apply for the foundation programme. The application period is only open for two weeks a year - use our guide to get key dates and information plus tips for your application.
Whether it's taking time off, focusing on other responsibilities or undertaking academic training, the option of taking time out of your programme is available. Read our guidance to help you decide your next step.
Get information on the APS scheme, which ensures that all newly registered UK and international medical doctors are employed where high quality training and CPD is established.
Read our helpful guide on clinical sessions for GP trainees and their hosting practices, to help understand ways to organise working and training patterns.
Flexible working and less than full time training (LTFT) is becoming more commonplace - read our step by step guide and see if LTFT is right for you.
Find out more about the recommended minimum levels of supervision and support for GP Specialty Registrar (GPStR) offered by GP trainers.
Read clinical reviews and practice guidance from our partner the BMJ