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The criteria for award of a CCT for SpRs
A trainee can expect to have their final RITA assessment within
three to six months of their CCT date. Trainees will be given a
Form G which is the final record of satisfactory progress. This
signals the successful conclusion of a training programme leading
to the award of a CCT. Trainees can apply to the College
for a CCT application pack within six months of their CCT
date or once they have their final RITA assessment,
whichever comes first.
The postgraduate deanery will send a copy of the Form G to the
Professional Standards Department at the Royal College who in turn,
will send a CCT Notification Pack. It is the responsibility of the
trainee to ensure that all sections of the Notification Form are
completed correctly and accurately. The trainee must register
online with the GMC for their CCT within six months of their CCT
date. Trainees should apply online at http://www.gmc-uk.org/doctors/CCT.asp.
On receipt of the above information, the College will check the
approval status of the training and make a recommendation to the
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