Specialty training

The RCR plays a major role in the training of clinical oncologists, setting the standards and curriculum that lead to the award of a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) and entry onto the GMC's Specialist Register.

Throughout clinical oncology training, the RCR supports trainees to gain the skills required to develop and deliver comprehensive non-surgical oncology treatment for individual patients with cancer. This section aims to provide all the information that trainees and trainers alike will need from enrolling with the College at the start of training to entry onto the GMC's Specialist Register and everything in between.

Cost of training

A breakdown of costs and an overview of all training fees are available.

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Kaizen e-portfolio

Record evidence of competence progression through training

Enrol with the College

All new trainees must enrol with the College

Curriculum

Information about the curriculum for clinical oncology training

Keep us informed

How to tell us of changes to your training

Guidance for training

Advice and guidance for trainees and trainers

Completing training

How to apply for your Certificate of Completion of Training

Quality assurance

Information on quality assurance of clinical oncology training

e-Learning

Information on clinical oncology e-learning resources

Resources for trainees

Resources for trainees from the Oncology Registrars' Forum

Medical educators

Resources and training for medical educators


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Clinical oncology summer school series

Free sessions to help clinical oncology trainees prepare for their examinations

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RCR Learning hub

Access the latest courses, podcasts, articles and completely new electronic CPD recording facilities.

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Clinical Oncology trainee experiences of the Final FRCR Exam

A two-part audio series with useful tips to help trainees prepare.