Become an FSRH Registered Trainer
Why become a Faculty Registered Trainer (FRT)?
FSRH Registered Trainers (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. FRTs work alongside General Training Programme Directors, FSRH Regional Training Advisors and FSRH staff to support the delivery of local training.
There are 3 ways to become a FRT
- By completing the FSRH Postgraduate Training in Medical Education (see details below on the next course)
- As an approved GP Trainer
- By applying through the equivalence route
For detailed information on the entry requirements and ways to become a FRT please read how to become a FSRH Registered Trainer.
To Apply please complete the appropriate form:
- FSRH Registered Trainer Medical Education and GP Routes Application Form.
- FSRH Registered Trainer Equivalence Route Application Form.
Our next FSRH Medical Education Training
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For further information or enquiries please use firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 020 7724 5669.
Intellectual Property Rights
All intellectual property rights for any FSRH qualification including documents, materials and content belonging to and produced by the FSRH should not be used for purposes other than FSRH training. Should you wish to use any of the IPR for purposes other than FSRH training you must seek the FSRH’s approval in writing with your request via our copyright request form. We aim to respond to submissions of this nature within one working week.