Postgraduate programme and site approval
It is our duty to set and maintain high standards of medical education, making programme and site approval a vital part of our quality assurance activities.
When we receive a request for a new programme or site, we ask the postgraduate training organisations to confirm that the training environment/s meet the standards we set out in Promoting excellence: standards for medical education and training. For a new programme, we also ask for a letter of support from the appropriate royal college or faculty.
If a location isn’t approved, the achievement of curricula outcomes should not count towards the award of a certificate of completion of training (CCT). This means the doctor’s completion of training date may be pushed back.
- Read the guidance on gaining approval for postgraduate training programmes and sites.
- . We update this list every two weeks.
- View the list of approved locations with conditions attached.