Become an FSRH Registered Trainer

Why Become a FSRH Registered Trainer?

We are pleased that you are interested in submitting an FRT application.  We are keen to receive applications from doctors and nurses interested in delivering training for the FSRH Diploma and Letters of Competence. 

Becoming a FSRH Registered Trainer (FRT) is an excellent way to maintain and develop your educational and SRH skills and knowledge. FRTs are central to the delivery of the Diploma and Letters of Competence, ensuring the provision of safe and effective sexual and reproductive health care in community, primary and secondary care settings.

Please read How to become a FRT before progressing your application.

"Over the years the FSRH has recognized the role nurses could play and has been highly supportive of nurse development. Nurses now have the opportunity to impart their knowledge to those new to the field and we should embrace this opportunity." Read our blog by Caroline Gumbley, a nurse who is a Faculty Registered Trainer for FSRH

The next medical education training course date has not yet been confirmed.  Please email education@fsrh.org if you are interested in receiving details of this course once they become available.

 

Eligibility Requirements

We are keen to receive applications from doctors and nurses interested in training for the FSRH Diploma and Letters of Competence.  Please read How to become a FRT before progressing your application.

You must hold relevant qualification or accreditation in medical education. We accept any of the following:

  • Postgraduate course in Medical Education for Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (University of Keele or Worcester) within the last 5 years.
  • Current GMC recognition as a GP trainer 
  • Current recognition as a GMC Recognised Trainer
  • Successful completion of an NMC approved Nurse Mentorship in Practice Course and continued recognition via annual update.
  • Successful completion of Academy of Medical Educators (AoME) accredited courses (within the last 5 years). We do not accept all AoME accredited courses and therefore may request additional information to support your application.
  • Current Member or Fellow of the AoME. (Associate and Student membership not applicable.)
  • Successful completion of a Higher Education Academy (HEA) accredited course (within the last 5 years). We may request additional information to support your application.
  • Current Fellow, Senior Fellow or Principal Fellow of the HEA
  • Awarded a Post Graduate Certificate in Medical/Clinical/Healthcare Education (within the last 5 years).

How to apply

To apply please complete the application form and submit any requested evidence.  

Please read How to become a FRT before progressing your application.

Please return your completed application to education@fsrh.org

Fee

There is no fee for an application for FSRH Registered Trainer status. Course fees vary according to the provider (see Eligibility Requirements for the list).

 

Contact Us

For further information or enquiries please use education@fsrh.org.

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