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Paediatricians in the NHS often tell us they love their work, but we know there are serious challenges from rota gaps to negative media stories. From advice for new trainees, to stepping up as a consultant, our careers service for all doctors and wellbeing tips, explore a range of materials tailored...
Whether you're considering a paediatric career or are in the middle of your training pathway, we're here to support you. Read our guides to support your training, including the curriculum, assessment tools and RCPCH ePortfolio. Have a voice through your Trainees Committee. And, browse other resource...
We offer two qualifications: Membership (MRCPCH) and the Diploma of Child Health (DCH). We support candidates to register, apply for and sit their exams - whether in the UK and Ireland, or in a growing number of countries internationally.
Make the most of your paediatric training. This document for trainees (and their trainers) covers the essential elements on what to expect from a training post. We have also provided examples of good practice - aiming to reflect variation across the country - that showcase how different centres look...
This Charter outlines what trainees expect from every training unit in the UK, across key domains. We hope that training units will strive to achieve these aims and that the Charter will be a hallmark of high quality local training. References from the GMC and Gold Guide have been given.
This committee comprises representatives from College committees and regions across the UK, including the devolved nations. The representatives raise training issues relevant to their committee or region and bring them to the attention of the College.
This guide has been written by trainees and the RCPCHStart team to provide an informal insight into the RCPCHStart process (Specialty Trainee Assessment of Readiness for Tenure) give an informal insight into this assessment. They aim to help trainees in level 3 training understand its format and mak...
This revalidation guidance is specifically aimed at trainees.
RCPCHStart means Specialty Trainee Assessment of Readiness for Tenure. It guides trainees as they prepare for completion of training and practice as a new consultant paediatrician. Find out how to check your eligibility, apply and pay, and how it fits in with your educational supervision.
Trainees are a vital part of the paediatric workforce. To reflect the trainees’ points of view and receive their input it is important to have a trainee representative in College committees.