Broad Based Training

BBT News

Important information to be shared with BBT Supervisors and GP Trainers & BBT network.

 

Latest BBT Bulletin (April 2016)

 

Contents

Section A – Information to share with BBT Trainees and ES

Section B – Information for Faculty (including TPD, Supervisors, MEMs, LFG Admin and others supporting BBT in the employing and host Trusts and GP practices)

BBT Trainee Progression

The Annual Review of Competency Progression (ARCP)

Trainees must demonstrate satisfactory progression within each year by undertaking a yearly assessment of their progress – Annual Review of Competency Progression.

In preparation for ARCP, trainees will have an interim review and should have a clear understanding of what is expected to give a likely satisfactory outcome.

Employment: BBT Trainees

BBT Trainees are employed for the duration of the BBT programme with a host Acute Trust. During BBT, trainees rotate through General Practice placements and a Psychiatry Trust but the employer remains the Acute Trust.

Further information regarding employment whilst in the BBT pilot programme can be found at the links below:

HEKSS Broad Based Training (BBT) Programme (Pilot)

Welcome to Health Education Kent Surrey Sussex (HEKSS) and the Broad Based Training (BBT) Programme.  This is an exciting and innovative pilot to which HEKSS will be recruiting a second Cohort to start in August 2015. The national Broad Based Training Programme is an alternative to core training, as part of the National Recruitment Pilot.

Evaluation of Specialty Training & BBT programme

An Evaluation of Specialty Training and the Broad Based Training Programme

Information Sheet for Trainees in Specialist Training

 

Please read this information sheet carefully before deciding whether or not to participate. You are welcome to ask questions about the study and your participation in it. 

Aim

BBT- National Process

An Evaluation of Specialty Training and the Broad Based Training Programme

Information Sheet for Trainees in Specialist Training

 

Please read this information sheet carefully before deciding whether or not to participate. You are welcome to ask questions about the study and your participation in it. 

Aim

The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRCs) has commissioned Cardiff University to evaluate changes in specialty training.

BBT: Frequently Asked Questions

BROAD BASED TRAINING – FAQ SHEET

 

 

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