How can postgraduate training organisations apply their duties?

Career advice

All doctors in training must have an educational supervisor who should provide, through constructive and regular dialogue, feedback on performance and assistance in career progression (Gold Guide 7th edition, paragraph 4.18). The training programme director should also have career management skills (or be able to provide access to them) and be able to provide career advice to doctors in training in their programme (Gold Guide 7th edition, paragraph 2.48).

The career lead at the doctor’s employer and the career unit at the deanery or HEE local team may also provide support and career advice.

Doctors in training can also seek career advice if they feel their circumstances have significantly changed due to their health condition or disability.