HIGHER SPECIALIST TRAINING IN PUBLIC HEALTH
WEST MIDLANDS DEANERY
The Postgraduate School of Public Health
The School of Public Health has about 50 Specialty Registrars placed in approved training locations within the West Midlands in England. The vast majority of Registrars successfully complete the programme and are appointed as Public Health consultants each year. All newly appointed registrars are allocated a ‘buddy’ who is a more experienced registrar further on in the programme.
We welcome applications from all suitable qualified candidates who wish to live and train in the interesting diverse region of the West Midlands.
For enquiries about the recruitment and selection process please contact email@example.com.
For any queries about working in the West Midlands please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Health Specialty Training - West Midlands Information event
The next recruitment round for posts in Public health specialty training programme opens in November 2019.
Public health registrars in West Midlands are holding an informal information event for those people who are interested in applying (or have applied) to the training programme this year. This is an opportunity to meet current Public health registrars in West Midlands and get an insight into the training programme.
To attend this event, please register via: https://phtrainingwestmid.eventbrite.co.uk
We look forward to meeting with you on the day
(Click here for information for applications for recruitment to start in August 2020)
* Please note changes maybe required as determined by the Postgraduate School of Public Health (PHS) and it is of particular note that changes will be made to the Public Health Service and the training scheme as a result of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 which will relocate Public Health from PCT’s, SHA and HPA into Local Authorities and Public Health England (PHE)
Click here to learn more about the out of hours (OOH) on call duties you will be expected to undertake in this training scheme
Out of Hours Information
Page Updated 23rd October 2019