LTFT training allows doctors and dentists to work less than full-time in posts that are fully recognised for training, and have the educational approval of the Postgraduate Deans and the Royal Colleges.
There are around 600 LTFT trainees in the West Midlands Deanery. LTFT Training applies to all training grades and hospital posts including GP vocational training schemes.
HIGHER EMERGENCY MEDICINE LTFT TRAINING PILOT
Applications for this Pilot Project can now be made by using our Stage 1 Eligibility Assessment form. The pilot begins from August 2017 for 12 months. Full details can be found in the Higher Emergency Medicine LTFT Training Pilot Guidance document in LTFTT Downloads (No. 8) EM Pilot Guidance
NB when completing the Stage 1 Eligibility Assessment form, please use the Category 2 option and type “Category 3 - Higher Emergency Medicine LTFTT Pilot” in the box requesting brief details. Further advice/information is also available from Dr Helen Goodyear (Associate Postgraduate Dean for LTFT Training), Dr Ellen Jones (Head of School of EM), Dr Rachael Boddy (LTFTT Specialty Advisor for EM) or your Training Programme Director.
NEW TWO STAGE ON-LINE APPLICATION AND PROGRAMME PROCESS IS NOW LIVE
Stage 1 Eligibility Assessment and Stage 2 Placement Approval Forms must be used from April 2016.
NB: WE WILL ONLY ACCEPT DIGITALLY SIGNED FORMS if the Digital signatures are not present then your forms will be rejected.
How To Apply
Complete the Stage 1 Eligibility Assessment Form and send to LTFTTraining.firstname.lastname@example.org,
Stage 1 Eligibility Assessment for LTFT
If you have any queries please contact:
The LTFT Department is based at:
Health Education England Working Across the West Midlands
St Chad's Court
213 Hagley Road