The FFICM Final examination is mandatory for doctors undertaking the ICM CCT programme. Those on the previous 'Joint' CCT programme are eligible to take the examination, although it is optional. Affiliate Fellows, Members (MFICM), Associate Members and MTI doctors of the Faculty who meet all of the exam eligibility criteria will also be permitted to sit the FFICM exam.
Operational delivery of the FFICM examinations is overseen by the Royal College of Anaesthetists' Exams Department.
Please see the FFICM Exam Regulations for detailed information on eligibility, application procedures, appeals and guidance.
Please visit the Primary and Final FFICM pages for more information about these sections of the exam. The FFICM Exam Guide also provides a summary of the Exam Regulations as well as exam preparation advice.
Please note that photographic identification is required for all examinations, further information can be found in the related downloads section below along with OSCE and SOE candidate information.
The Chair's summaries of the FFICM Final OSCE/SOE Examinations can be found on our 'Resources for candidates' page.
FICM/FPM/RCoA Transparency data: the cost of training
Please click the link for more on the FICM/FPM/RCoA Transparency Data: the cost of training, issued from the RCoA Exams Department.
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