GP training programme directors (TPDs) are tasked with ensuring that individual training programmes are sufficiently broad and balanced to meet the requirements for a GP specialty trainee to achieve a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT).
They oversee delivery of GP curriculum in hospital posts and co-ordinate educational programmes for trainees.
Safeguarding children policy
As GP trainees work with children and young people, GP trainers are required to ensure their trainees have maintained their knowledge and competencies in keeping children safe from harm.
It is expected that all trainees will have completed the safeguarding children training (level 2) annually. This policy would need to be followed accordingly.
To contact your local programme directors or faculty administrators please see their contact details below:
Dr Andy Charley, Patch Associate GP Dean for East Kent
Eastern and Coastal Kent
Faculty Administrator – Anita Raines
West Kent and Medway
Dr Tariq Hussain, Patch Associate GP Dean for West Kent
Faculty Administrator – email@example.com
Dr Cathy O’Leary, Patch Associate GP Dean for East Surrey
Crawley and East Surrey
Faculty Administrator – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Andy Cochrane, Patch Associate GP Dean for West Surrey
Faculty Administrator – Alison Roser
Faculty Administrator – Tara Keenan
Faculty Administrator – Donna Stevens
Dr Raya Al-Jawaheri, Patch Associate GP Dean for East Sussex
Faculty Administrator – Tina Scott
Dr Sadhana Brydie, Patch Associate GP Dean for West Sussex
Faculty administrator – Chrissy Aluko