From 5th April 2018 Health Education England Thames Valley holds the budget for study leave. Below are the study leave requirements for anaesthetic trainees in this region

 

Study Leave Requirements for Anaesthetic Core Trainees in Health Education England Thames Valley 

Essential Courses (Required by curriculum) 

RIACT

PROMPT or other obstetric course

Mandatory local or regional teaching

MCQ course

SOE / OSCE course

One adult and one paediatric resus course if not already obtained

Paediatric anaesthetic course *

Transfer course for ICU patients

Simulation course

 

Desirable (Not required by curriculum)

Conference at which poster / oral presentation

A second obstetric course ie whichever of regional training day / PROMPT course not done

Third resus course

Private study leave for exam

Ultrasound course

ORICS

 

This list is not exhaustive and courses which are not on the list will be considered on a case by case basis by the trainee’s ES and TPD. The list will be reviewed and updated on a regular basis.

 

* Paediatric anaesthesia course run at Bucks to be recommended but not mandatory - other course possible


Study Leave Requirements for Anaesthetic Specialty Registrars in the Health Education England Thames Valley  

 

Essential Courses (Required by curriculum) 

OXDAT training days for post FRCA trainees 

Advanced Life Support provider (or equivalent) maintained throughout training

Paediatric ALS/BLS

 

Desirable Courses

Final FRCA courses (written and structured oral examination)

Advanced Airway

Management / Leadership 

Advanced Transfer Training 

Patient Safety / Human Factors

Educator training (e.g. “Train the Trainer” / GIC)

Resilience 

ORICS

USGRA 

MOET / equivalent obstetric emergencies

MEPA / equivalent paediatric emergencies

Specific courses linked to Advanced Training modules e.g. training in delivery of simulation [i]

 

This list is not exhaustive and courses which are not on the list will be considered on a case by case basis by the trainee’s ES and TPD. The list will be reviewed and updated on a regular basis.

 

[i] N.B. limit to available funds – e.g. attendance at ESRA conference for EDRA examination can cost > £1000