If you are interested in applying to the GP Specialty Training scheme in Wales, visit The Wales Deanery for more information on the assessment process and deadlines.
Your employment with NWSSP is subject to the Personnel and Employment Policies, Rules and Procedures formally adopted by Velindre NHS Trust.
Throughout the duration of a GP Specialty Training Registrar’s training contact, there may be a requirement by either the trainee or host (Health Board/Trust or GP Practice) for procedural information or forms.
There are two Contracts of Employment that apply to a doctor during their GP Specialty training, the Medical and Dental Contract of Employment for your time within a hospital placement and the COGPED for your time within a GP practice.
Three Service Level Agreements have been developed between the Lead Employer (NWSSP) and the Wales Deanery, Health Boards and GP practices. Each has been ratified by all parties and details the obligations of all parties.
To commence work within a GP practice, a Doctor must be registered on the Medical Performers List.
NWSSP offer a range of initiatives available to all employees, including GP Specialty registrars.
In order to claim expenses associated with travel and study leave during their employment with NWSSP, GP Specialty Registrars are required to submit their claims via their own designated online E-Expenses account.