CSAC and SAC - volunteering opportunities

The College Specialty Advisory Committees supervise the development and delivery of sub-specialty training. There is currently an opportunity for a Trainee Representative (SPIN) on our Diabetes & Endocrinology CSAC a Trainee Representative on our Neonatal Medicine CSAC, Quality Advisors on our and on our Rheumatology CSAC and on our Intercollegiate SAC for Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine. We are also looking for a Chair for the Oncology CSAC.
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CSACs have particular responsibility for monitoring trainees' progress through their sub-specialty training, advising and signing off sub-specialty CCTs (certificates of completion of training) and the continued development of their curriculum and assessment systems.

You'll work with key stakeholders to improve and monitor training and standards of training within the sub-specialty, advise trainees on how they may work towards acquiring the necessary competences and consider applications for CCT, among other tasks.

We currently have an opportunity for a Trainee Representatives on the Diabetes & Endocrinology CSAC and Neonatal CSAC. Quality Advisors on the Rheumatology CSAC and Intercollegiate SAC in Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine and a Chair for the Oncology CSAC.

Download the role descriptions below for more detail.

Being a member of the CSAC enables a clinician to work as a member of a team that supervise the development and delivery of training and assessment standards in the subspecialty. It is an opportunity to provide high quality training for the next generations of paediatricians

Dr Christine Pierce, Officer for Training & Quality

Apply by 10 June 2024, 10:30