ST3 Teaching Timetable

Teaching structure for Bath ST3 GP Trainees

  • ST3 teaching is for all trainees entering their final GP placement for a duration of 12 months (usually commencing at the start of the ST3 placement). 
  • Teaching sessions are usually held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday morning of each month.
  • All ST3 Teaching and Topic Teaching sessions are mandatory to attend.
  • Each trainee is expected to provide a clinical case, guideline or a patient case. Trainees are required to sign up for each in advance.
  • It is the trainee's responsibility to regularly check the timetable and arrange their study leave with the Practice. Reminders will be sent out.
  • If you do not complete the online feedback your attendance will not be recorded.
  • Trainees are required to achieve the minimum teaching attendance of 70%, including Topic Teaching sessions.
  • Regular checks of teaching attendance will be made, especially around 6 month review and ARCP periods.
  • Zoom teaching sessions will not be recorded unless otherwise advised.

Additional information for ST3 LTFTs

  • ST3 teaching is for all trainees entering their final GP placement, generally for the first 12 months on a full time basis so the whole ST3 teaching year is experienced. This includes a week placement at Dorothy House. 
  • The  remainder of the final GP placement will be used for clinical work as the majority of study leave will have been used in the first 12 months. We calculate study leave from the start of ST3 until CCT. You will be able to attend external courses during this time.
  • Attending ST3 teaching at the beginning of the placement means being part of the same trainee group from ST2 , providing consistency and familiarity.
  • It is the trainee's responsibility to check the timetable and plan ahead. Trainees must achieve 70% attendance of approximately 40 sessions, these include Topic Teaching. ST3 topics are scheduled approximately the same time each academic year.

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