These opportunities support paediatric training, such as the development and delivery of our exams and assessments, and supporting academic training and less than full time training. Our Education and Learning Board has some vacancies, including a senior clinical lead for e-Learning for Healthcare (eLfH) programmes.
We're also continuing to seek an Assistant Officer for Trainer Development, an exciting new role for a current or recent College Tutor.
We're seeking a member for our Informatics for Quality Committee and a Child Sexual Abuse Co-Lead on our Child Protection Systematic Reviews and Publications Sub-Committee.
We're also recruiting a Wales rep for Paediatricians in Medical Management, which advises on national health policy and standards, and a Northern Ireland rep for the Intercollegiate Committee on Emergency Care Standards for CYP.
THis committee represents the specific needs of SAS doctors practicing in paediatrics, both RCPCH members and non-members, to improve recognition of their contribution to paediatrics and to identify opportunities for continuing professional development, support and progression.
We're now seeing regional representatives in England (South England, South London and KSS, East of England and Northern Ireland.
One year on from the publication of our first action plan on equality, diversity and inclusion themes, we report back on what we have achieved and what still needs to be done.