The RCR plays a major role in the training of clinical and interventional radiologists, 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 training the RCR supports trainees to gain the skills required to develop and deliver a comprehensive radiology service. This section aims to provide all the information that trainees and trainers will need, from enrolling with the RCR at the start of training to entry onto the GMC's Specialist Register and everything in between.
What ‘good’ radiology training looks like – now and in the future
A new guide for radiology trainers, calling upon training programmes, employers and statutory bodies to collectively invest in the radiology workforce.
Radiology Training 2016 - 2026: A vision and a solution
The RCR puts forward a clear vision of what could be achieved in response to the severe workforce crisis in clinical radiology
Cost of training
A breakdown of costs and an overview of all training fees for 2020 are available.
Changes to your training
It is most important that you keep us informed about any changes to your training so that we can advise you and your training supervisors about the effects of these upon your eligibility for the FRCR Examinations and the expected date for the completion of your specialty training.
Should you change the number of sessions per week at which you are training, have an absence from training for sickness or maternity leave purposes, plan to undertake a period of training abroad or move training programme, please contact the training team (including exact dates).
We are pleased to answer any queries that you may have about training and education. Please do not hesitate to contact us.
- General training queries may be addressed to the training team on 020 7406 5925 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please send any e-portfolio enquiries that are unable to be handled locally to email@example.com