Find out more about the opportunities to become an exam panel member and a CASC examiner and how you can apply.
Becoming a panel member is a great way to broaden your skills and contribute to setting standards in psychiatry, which ultimately really benefits our patients.
If you would like to hear what your colleagues say about being a panel member, check out this video below.
Becoming an exam panel member
Being a panel member is a self-contained role, where the work involves participating in a few meetings each year, writing and reviewing questions. In addition to contributing to your professional development, being a panel member allows you to network with colleagues and better support your trainees.
Becoming a CASC examiner
If you would like to hear what your colleagues say about being a CASC Examiner, check out this video below.
You need to have been a substantive consultant for at least a year, and be involved and interested in medical education. Being an examiner is great for Continuing Professional Development, both in terms of updating clinical knowledge, but also in enhancing your teaching and training.
It's also a great opportunity to network with colleagues. The work is contained, you need to examine for a minimum of two days per year, and participate in training.
We positively welcome diversity in our examiners.
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