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- Feb 2020 Intake Scottish Targeted Enhanced Recruitment Scheme Round 2 2019 (1)
GP Recruitment 2019
Applications for Round 2 have now closed.
Applications to General Practice should be made via the Oriel recruitment portal.
The GP National Recruitment Office (GPNRO) (external link) is the administrative body responsible for co-ordinating the nationally agreed and quality assured process for recruitment to GP Specialty Training Programmes in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. If you wish to apply only for General Practice, the GPNRO Website (external link) has all the documentation and guidance you require.
Please click below for the 2019 GP Training brochure.
For further information regarding training as a GP in Scotland and for details of the programmes on offer, please visit our programme information page.
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Applying From Another Medical Specialty?
You may be able to shorten your GP training by six months through the Accreditation of Transferable Competences Framework process. Follow this link for more information and ensure that you add this to your application if you are eligible.
Additional Support for GPSTs in Scotland
In February 2020 the Scottish Government will provide additional financial support for new GPSTs
The Scottish Government will fund a £20,000 incentive payment for trainees choosing to train the following programmes:
- Ayrshire & Arran
- Dumfries & Galloway
- East of Scotland (Eastward)
- Rural Track
- East of Scotland (Westward)
Visit the February 2020 intake TERS page.
Targeted GP Training Scheme
Left GP Training part way through but still keen to successfully complete it?
What is the Targeted GP Training Scheme?
How to apply
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