Training

ACCPs must complete a programme leading to an appropriate Postgraduate Diploma/Masters degree with a Higher Education Institution.  Teaching within hospitals is overseen by a Local Clinical Lead (LCL) who holds an honorary appointment with the HEI and is responsible to the HEI for the delivery of the clinical components of training. 

Please note that the Faculty do not endorse, accredit or approve specific training programmes

If you think that ACCP training might be for you and would like further information check out our Careers section

 


Trainee Registration

All ACCPs in training are requested to register with the Faculty so we can keep you up to date of any useful developments and start to monitor the ACCP workforce.

Please note that is does not automatically mean that you will be accepted as an Associate Member of the Faculty.

Any individual beginning an ACCP training programme from 5th November 2017 which does not meet the FICM specification for ACCP training (details of which can be found here) will not be eligible to apply for FICM Associate Membership.

It is the responsibility of the individual seeking FICM Associate Membership and the hospital trust providing their training to ensure trainee ACCPs undertake FICM recognised training.

Registration is free. Please download and complete the form below and return it to ficm@rcoa.ac.uk