Approved Curriculum and Associated Assessment System 2010
Specialty Curriculum and Associated Assessment System
Doctors wishing to undertake training in the specialty of Allergy must first complete 2 years of Specialty Training in a Core Medical Training (CMT) programme or Acute Care Common Stem (ACCS) programme. From ST3 onwards training is specific to Allergy but the training to CCT requires the completion of both core and higher approved training.
Core and Higher specialty training are presented in separate curriculum documents that can be accessed by clicking the links below. The 2010 approved documentation for Allergy incorporates both the specialty curriculum and blueprinted assessment system.
Trainees appointed from 1 August 2011 onwards
Trainees appointed from 1 August 2009 to 31 July 2011
Approved Curriculum and Associated Assessment System 2007
Specialty training in allergy consists of a number of elements: Core training in ST1 and ST2, followed by specialty training from ST3 onwards, and underpinned throughout by generic training (ST1 onwards). Each of these has a separate curriculum element (see links below). Acute Common Care Stem (Medicine) trainees will also follow the ACCS training manual. (pdf)
Associated Assessment System
Click on the links below to view the relevant documents.
The JRCPTB is in the process of providing to the GMC the assessment blueprint for ACCS.
Annual College Summary 2008/2009 (pdf)