It is your responsibility to keep your own ARCP record up to date. Please make sure that you change the name of your educational supervisor as you rotate through different hospitals
Please keep your place of work up to date, otherwise the educational supervisor will not be able to keep your record up to date. Support videos for this, learning agreement and personal development plan are also available.
Reflective writing in cases and critical incidents is a fundamental part of the training process. It is important to ensure when entering these reflections that they are anonymised with respect to patient identifiable data, and as much as possible, unique situation. Please see guidance from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges for further guidance.
ARCP records usually run from the start to finish of each training year. The Welsh School of Anaesthesia will change your year of training following your ARCP ,and will assign your outcome and open a new ARCP record for the next training period to fall in line with your next scheduled ARCP date.
6 month placements should complete an IPR - Interim Progress Report.
Excluding non anaesthetic ACCS and single CCT/medical ICM trainees who remain paper based, all anaesthetic assessments should be completed electronically.