Doctors and dentists in training

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This page contains information relating to doctors and dentists in training on national terms and conditions of service (TCS).

The information below covers both the 2016 contract for doctors and dentists in training, and archived information on the previous 2002 medical and dental terms as they applied to doctors and dentists in training.

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Terms and Conditions / Contracts

View the 2016 TCS, as well as model contracts, work schedule templates and guidance, and other resources.

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Pay

View resources and guidance related to pay on the 2016 contract, including Pay and Conditions Circulars and pay FAQs.

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Rostering and exception reporting

Guidance and resources related to rostering, rota rules, and exception reporting, including FAQs on working patterns and hours.

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Transition

All resources, guidance, and FAQs, relating to transitional arrangements (Schedule 14) of the 2016 TCS.

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Pre-2016 contract

All resources relating to the 2002 TCS for doctors and dentists in training can be found here.

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Information for guardians of safe working hours

All guidance, resources, and FAQs for guardians of safe working hours

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Information for educational supervisors

All guidance, resources, and FAQs for educational and clinical supervisors involved in with the 2016 contract.

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Information for employing GP practices

This page contains information for employing GP Practices on engaging GP trainees on national terms and conditions of service (TCS).

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