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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.
The RCPCH Trainees' Committee consists of representatives from College committees and regions across the UK and the devolved nations. The representatives raise training issues relevant to their committee or region and bring them to the attention of the College.
This revalidation guidance is specifically aimed at trainees.
RCPCHStart means Specialty Trainee Assessment of Readiness for Tenure, and 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.
14 May 2018
This should be incredibly useful to us all and an inspiring day. Applications are open to all trainees and SASGs. Level 1 and 2 trainees who are interested in and/or considering a career in community child health are also welcome.
Doctors face the extremes of human emotion day after day, while staffing issues and rota gaps mean they are under intense pressure. To manage their workload and personal lives, doctors must learn to look after themselves, too. We offer some practical advice and real life experiences to help support ...
Paediatric trainees and your educational supervisors can use ePortfolio to record learning in all its forms and settings, and to monitor progress through the curriculum. It is is mandatory for all run-through and non run-through paediatricians in UK training posts. Find out how to use it with our...
How do we support the transition of of senior trainees stepping up into new consultant roles? Our Stepping Up pilot programme supports the five year period from RCPCHStart (Specialty Trainee 7+) to the end of year three consultancy. It does this through a regional network of doctors and a range of l...
29 October 2018
RCPCHStart (Specialty Trainee Assessment of Readiness for Tenure) is for trainees in Level 3 training. The assessment is about three hours long, and you will be assigned to a morning or afternoon of the two day period. Applications are open from 9 July to 6 August 2018.
As a Level 3 paediatric trainee, you may wish to apply for a SPIN module. This is additional training and experience in a clinical area, which you complete in a 12-24 month placement. If you do a SPIN module and complete your training, you can apply for posts as a General Paediatrician with a specia...