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An English language copy of the higher specialist training curriculum undertaken • Certified evidence of the programmes’ accreditation from the training programme supervising institution(s) • Clinical content of the training programme OR - Evidence of Completion of a Self Structured Training • Documentary evidence confirming that the applicant has completed self structured training that satisfies the required core competencies for the specialties that they are applying for. Applicants will be measured against the standards of those who have successfully gained a Certificate of Satisfactory Completion of Specialist Training (CSCST) from the relevant approved postgraduate training body in Ireland.
They may also be required to provide a reference from the Dean/Head of their medical school and/or their most recent supervising consultant and/or employer. 2 Trainee Specialist Registration Medical practitioners who hold trainee specialist registration are required to submit Form TSR1 and pay the current annual retention fee if they occupy an individually numbered, identifiable, medical specialist training post(s) during that registration year, regardless of the duration of the post(s). A medical practitioner will only be required to pay the annual retention fee once in any given registration year.
Specialty: General Practice Programme Content: Specialist training in General Practice primary care in accredited training practices in Ireland, overseen at all times by Irish trainers. Duration: 2-3 months Applicants must be on the Gippsland training scheme in Australia.