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  • 1. Modernising Medical Careers www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 2. Recruitment to Speciality Training 2009 Steve Buggle Operations Manager MMC Programme Team www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 3. Planning for 2009
    • Commenced January 2008
    • Review of 2008 recruitment practice
    • Task & Finish Group set up
    • 18 work streams
    • Close working with Deaneries RCs and SACs
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 4. Comparison of 2007 & 2008
    • Although significantly different rules,
    • behaviour of applicants was similar:
    • Average applications increased 3.7 to 5.2
    • Geography less important than speciality
    • Less than 10% of applicants apply to only one UoA
    • In 2007, 23% and in 2008, 43% applied to more than one specialty
    • Fill rate similar
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 5. 2008 Statistics
    • 9,300 posts
    • 81,000 applications
    • Applicant ratio 4:1
    • 90% fill rate end of R1
    • Will it be different for 2009?
    • 400 additional GP posts
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 6. What is staying the same?
    • Proposals must meet MMC principles and be approved by MMC PB
    • Unlimited applications
    • CV based applications
    • No central IT
    • Mixed economy
      • local and nationally led recruitment
      • Run-through and uncoupled specialities
    • Deanery led applicant support
    • MMC help desk
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 7. Changes for 2009
    • Royal College & speciality led recruitment
    • All applications electronic
    • Applicant friendly UoAs
    • Standard part one application form
    • Improved person specs to improve selection
    • Strengthened applicant support
    • Piloting coordinated recruitment
    • Greater coordination with DAs
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 8. College led recruitment
    • 2008
      • Foundation Programme, GP, O&G, P&CH, Cardiothoracic, Plastics, Public Health, ACFs, Neurosurgery, Neurology, Neurophysiology, Clinical Genetics, Occupational Medicine, Histopathology
    • 2009
      • Psychiatry, CMT, Emergency Medicine, T&O, Urology, Paediatric Surgery
    • 40% of recruitment College-led
    • More in 2010
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 9. 2009 Time table
    • Up to three recruitment rounds
    • Round One
      • 5 th January open for applications
      • 15 th May interviews to been completed
    • Round Two
      • Opens for applications 16 th May
    • Time table for round two and beyond can be deanery or speciality determined
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 10. Key dates
    • ACFs recruitment commences November 2008
    • MMC website launch in November 08 detailing 2009 recruitment arrangements
    • Applications open 5 th January 2009
    • 21 st February for GP MMT
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 11. Application Process
    • CV based application forms
    • Electronic applications only
    • Advertising
      • Advertising minimum 3 days (excl weekends/BH)
      • 5 days for electronic applications
      • Applications made at any time during this period
    • Acceptances
      • 48 hour acceptance periods
      • Rules on acceptances remain the same
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 12. Summary
    • Earlier planning
    • Still locally based
    • But more national recruitment (40%)
    • 2008 processes and procedures refined
    • Better comms and applicant support
    • Early launch in November 2008
    • Planning for 2010 started already
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 13.
    • Any questions?
    www.mmc.nhs.uk
  • 14. Modernising Medical Careers www.mmc.nhs.uk