If you have just joined the scheme you will meet all the team and have an opportunity to find out about GP training at our induction events. One thing you must do as soon as possible is to Register with the RCGP
Prior to you starting in General Practice, your Practice Manager will arrange for you to meet your Trainer and visit the practice where you can complete all the necessary paperwork.
They may also provide you with the updated TISA form, if not you can download it here. This simple self assessment tool is designed to help you define your learning needs and plan your education during your attachment.
Just click on the following downloads:
A Practice Manager's tick list for tasks & documentation prior to induction
Link for GPSTs to register with the RCGP
Trainee Self Assessment Tool
Another Trainee Self Assessment Tool based on the curriculum
Timetables - see the 2016 model contract page
EWTD & OOHs guidance for GPSTs
GP Trainee handbook
Pennine's policy on GPST 'moonlighting' i.e. additional paid medical work outside contractual obligations during GPST training
Induction Programme Resources
Calderdale child safeguarding board website
Kirklees child safeguarding board website
When to suspect child maltreatment
Safeguarding in adults
What have we missed tick list at the end of induction
Task Sheets to be used when sitting in with:
Things for you and your Trainer to discuss by the end of the first two weeks:
A typical learning contract
Holiday, sickness and Study Leave guidance from the Yorkshire Deanery
An example of permitted abbreviations
The contents of a doctor’s bag
SystmOne survivial guide for Locums and new Registrars 2016 - it's a big file and takes about 2 minutes to download - worth the wait!
Annual leave entitlement for GPSTs in GP placements:
StR pay scale minimum to StR point 02 = 25 days annual leave year
StR pay scale point 03 (equivalent to year 5 SHO) onwards = 30 days annual leave per year
Leave entitlements are pro-rata for LTFT trainees.