Application for recertification of FSRH Registered Trainer - GP Trainer

Application for recertification of FSRH Registered Trainer (FRT) status for NHS Education local Deanery approved GP Trainers (not holding the Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH) or LoC MEd)


FRTs who came through the Deanery approved GP Trainer route

The General Training Committee recognises that current GP Trainers (as approved under the NHS GP training framework across the UK) undertake ongoing medical education as part of the requirements to maintain their skills and knowledge as GP Trainers. To reflect the need to show competence in specific FSRH training qualifications, FRTs who are approved GP Trainers and do not possess the Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH) or LoC MEd will be required to recertify as FRTs using a modified form of the requirements for non-GP Trainers.

Recertification for a GP Trainer who also holds the LoC MEd or Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH)

GP Trainers who possess a Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH) or LoC MEd should recertify using the form for trainers holding the Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH) or LoC MEd. FRT status achieved through the LoC MEd or Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH) route cannot be recertified once it has lapsed. Should a GP trainer cease to hold the GP Trainer status, they would lose their FRT status unless they also hold FRT status through the recertified LoC MEd or the Keele University/FSRH Postgraduate Course in Medical Education (SRH) route.

Recertification requirements

  • Hold a current license to practice and hold trainer approved status from GMC/NMC.
  • Each yearly subscription paid when due.
  • Recertification of DFSRH/MFSRH/FFSRH.
  • 50 credits in core SRH (in this total you may count the credits used to recertify your FFSRH/MFSRH/FSRH Diploma qualification).

Please list below a record of your learning and activity in core SRH to the value of 50 CPD credits over the previous 5-year period. In the light of GMC requirements that GP Trainers, as Approved Educational Supervisors, are required to maintain their medical education and teaching experience, no further evidence of this is required.

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Record of activity
I confirm that I have achieved 50 CPD credits. (FSRH Fellows and Members may use 50 CPD credits from the recertification of their FFSRH or MFSRH.)*
Data Protection Statement and Confirmation

Data Protection

The Data Protection Act (1998) requires organisations or agencies collecting personal data on individuals to gain their consent before collecting, storing, publishing or analysing their data. By completing and signing this application form you are giving your consent for your data to be stored on databases used by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare (FSRH) of the RCOG for the purposes of administrating its membership database. All data will be treated with the strictest confidence and will only be used for legitimate FSRH purposes.

Probity and Governance Statement

All clinicians, teachers and assessors are expected to work within their professional standards and guidelines. Doctors are referred to the statements on probity and teaching, training, supporting and assessing in the ‘Good Medical Practice’ document published by the General Medical Council.

I confirm that:

  • I am not currently the subject of any serious managerial or clinical complaints and agree to inform the FSRH should such an event arise.
  • I accept the professional obligations placed on doctors in Good Medical Practice in relation to probity, confidentiality and personal health (Doctors).

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