Specialist Registrars (SpRs)

A dying breed of whom there are fewer by the year. Nonetheless they still exist and are governed by all of the old regulations that existed prior to the introduction of MMC in 2007.

The SpR4 and SpR5 years allow further experience in anaesthetic sub-specialities. The programme becomes more flexible at this stage allowing trainees to target any on-going training requirements and focus on career aspirations. Trainees frequently undertake six or twelve month fellowships in their sub-specialty interest. Many of these fellowships are allocated competitively. Similarly trainees in pain medicine or intensive care medicine undertake further training at this stage. Out of Programme Training/Research (OOPT/R) is supported at this time. Timely preparation and organisation of all these modules is required by the trainee. Further experience in teaching, research and management is also offered.

The final 6 months of training must be undertaken in the UK.

SpR 1 & 2


Guidance and forms can be found in the Assessments and Forms section of this website.

  • CCT in Anaesthetics I: General Principles
  • CCT in Anaesthetics III: Competency Based Intermediate Level (Years 3 & 4) Training and Assessment
  • Daily Sign Up Sheet

Work Place Assessments (WPAs): (These documents are no longer available on the RCoA website are now historical as all SpRs should either have completed these sections by now or they have been superseded by newer documents, available in the Assessments and Forms section of this website.

  • Advanced Pain
  • Basic Pain
  • Cardiothoracic
  • General surgery, gynaecology and urology
  • Head and neck
  • Intensive Care Medicine
  • Neuroanaesthesia
  • Obstetrics
  • Pain
  • Vascular

Annual Assessment Process: Record of In-Training Assessments (RITA)

NB: There is a separate RITA/ARCP process for dual CCT trainees, run by the Deanery and the ICM TPD who will liaise with them directly

SpR 3-5


Guidance and forms can be found in the Assessments and Forms section of this website.

  • CCT in Anaesthetics I: General Principles
  • CCT in Anaesthetics IV: Competency Based Higher and Advanced (ST Years 5, 6 & 7) Training and Assessment
  • Daily Attendance Register
  • Notification of Forthcoming Completion of Training

Work Place Assessments (WPAs): (These documents are no longer available on the RCoA website are now historical as all SpRs should either have completed these sections by now or they have been superseded by newer documents, available in the Assessments and Forms section of this website.

  • Basic pain
  • Cardiothoracic
  • Day Surgery
  • General surgery, gynaecology and urology
  • Head and neck Intensive Care Medicine
  • Neurosurgery
  • Obstetrics
  • Orthopaedics
  • Pain
  • Regional anaesthesia
  • Vascular

Annual Assessment Process: Record of In-Training Assessments (RITA)

NB: There is a separate RITA/ARCP process for dual CCT trainees, run by the Deanery and the ICM TPD who will liaise with them directly


 

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