The CCT application process

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Finally, after completing the FRCS exit examination and entering your final year of training, the time to spread your wings and apply for Consultant posts is fast approaching, the last major final hurdle is to gain the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT). This is a legal requirement for any doctor wanting to practise as a Consultant within the National Health Service. It confirms that a General Medical Council (GMC) approved training programme has been completed and that you are eligible for entry onto the specialist register. Luckily for us the GMC both approves and also quality assures our training and we are applying to the very same body for CCT, which therefore simplifies this process significantly.

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