Welcome to our Deanery/LETB hub. This page provides you with access to all relevant College information and processes.
News Update - October 2021
We have recently been informed by the GMC that our proposed curricula framework for implementation in 2022 has been approved (subject to actions).
We are in the process of finalising some of the actions, and working towards implementation in 2022. We will shortly be launching our implementation hub and will provide further information in due course. Please view our curricula review webpages for further information, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Key information for Deaneries/LETBs
You can view information about key processes including:
- Notification of new TPDs, MRCPsych Course Organisers and College Tutors
- Obtaining support for new programmes/posts (where applicable)
- Calculating CCT dates
- Information about patient and carer involvement in training
The College has published guidance for NHS training organisations on working in collaboration with people with lived experience to deliver psychiatric education, written by the Patient and Carers in Training Working Group.
Although the College is no longer required to review all new location/post requests, we may at times need to review whether a location is appropriate and able to meet the needs of the curricula. Where an application for a new programme is required, support from the College will need to be sought.
You can request support for either a new post or programme by completing our online form. Please complete the form as fully as possible.
We will endeavour to review your request within 20 working days of receipt. Please ensure that requests for support for new post or programme applications are sent in advance to allow for processing time. Further information about the process can be viewed on the GMC webpages.
We will shortly be providing guidance on supporting evidence that will need to be sent through to the College.
If you have any queries in the meantime, please contact us at email@example.com, or on 0208 618 4170.