This course was developed and quality assured by the Royal College of Surgeons,
13-14 November 2017 (FULLY BOOKED)
Further dates to be confirmed
Venue: Barts Cancer Institute, Teaching Centre, Joseph Rotblat Building, Charterhouse Square, London EC1M 6BQ, UK
This course has been designed to introduce surgical trainees, surgical nurse and theatre practitioners to safe surgical practice within a controlled workshop environment. It aims to teach, assess and certify the ability of trainees to use safe and sound surgical techniques that are common to all forms of surgery.
The certificate of successful completion is issued by the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
The course covers three main areas:
Participants will receive:
Who is this course for?
This course is strongly recommended for all surgical trainees who take up their first surgical appointment and is open to foundation doctors and core trainees intending a surgical career or surgically related career (FY1-CT2). The course is also open to surgical nurse and theatre practitioners.
The course has been agreed on an intercollegiate basis and trainees who complete the course will be issued with certification that will be reciprocally recognised by all four Royal Surgical Colleges.
How to apply
There are only 14 places available per course and we can only guarantee a place on completion of both registration and payment in full.