Regional Teaching Programme

Study leave should be booked to attend the regional teaching or simulation sessions - Click here for information.
Registration to all regional teaching events is via the Bridge Learning Platform.
Click here for more information about the Bridge Learning Platform.

 


Stage 1 Training

 

Primary FRCA Teaching Schedule (for the North Zone).
Primary FRCA Teaching Schedule (for the West Zone).
Primary FRCA Teaching Schedule (for the South Zone).

 

  • Monthly regional teaching days consisting of virtual and face-to-face days with a focus on the Primary FRCA curriculum

  • For face-to-face sessions, the region is split into three areas for regional teaching to reduce travelling - attend the most convenient location for you:

    North = Kings Lynn, Norwich, James Paget, Ipswich and West Suffolk.

    South = Colchester, Southend, Basildon, Mid Essex and Princess Alexandra.

    West = Bedford, Luton, Watford, Stevenage and Peterborough.

  • Subscribe to the Primary Regional Teaching Calendars (get the relevant programme on your device calendar including 6-week study leave booking reminder):

  • Book on to Stage 1 Simulation Courses

 


Stage 2 Training

 

Final FRCA Teaching Schedule for 2022 - 2023
  • Monthly regional teaching days consisting of virtual and face-to-face days with a focus on Final FRCA preparation

  • Book on to Stage 2 Simulation Courses

  • Subscribe to the Final FRCA Regional Teaching Calendar (get the available dates onto your device Calendar including Bridge links)

  • Core trainees who have passed the Primary FRCA are welcome to attend these sessions. Contact Stephen Webb Schumperli (sw941@medschl.cam.ac.uk) to move on to the Final FRCA teaching programme and amend Bridge intake to "Final"

 


Stage 3 Training

 

Post-FRCA Teaching Schedule From Jan 24

All trainees who (regardless of stage) have passed the Final FRCA examination should attend these teaching sessions.

  • The Post FRCA regional teaching days are aimed at helping anaesthetists in training manage the transition into the consultant role. The programme will cover a range of clinical of clinical and non-clinical topics
  • Topics are based on the RCOA Stage 3 Curriculum special interest areas and generic professional capabilities

  • Please contact Stephen Webb Schumperli (sw941@medschl.cam.ac.uk) to move on to the Post FRCA teaching programme and amend Bridge intake to "Post"

  • Book on to Stage 3 Simulation Courses

  • Subscribe to the Post FRCA Regional Teaching Calendar (get the available dates onto your device calendar - including Bridge links)

To suggest new topics for the programme to cover please email: virtuallearningfellows@gmail.com

 


Contacts

School administrator: Stephen Webb Schumperli, for any queries regarding teaching programmes and to move programmes after success at exams - sw941@medschl.cam.ac.uk.

Virtual Learning Fellows: For queries regarding the regional teaching or simulation programme: virtuallearningfellows@gmail.com

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