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To allow submission of events for CPD approval, the system provides an online form for prospective providers to complete.

If an event provider wishes to submit an event similar to one they have already run, they must re-enter the details.

Please refer to the RCoA's Guidance for CPD Providers for further information.

Submit event for CPD approval

Event title *
Start date * (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm)
End date * (dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm)
Providing organisation's name *
URL to details/booking page for this event  
 
Please separate key words with comma (,)
Venue name and location * (name)
(street)
(town)
(post code)
Lead organiser (must be a clinician of consultant status, or approved SAS trainer) *
Fee details *
Nominated commercial sponsor(s) *
Nominated contact * (Name)
(Phone)
(Email)
Is the event clinical or non-clinical in nature? *
Target audience *
Target audience - geographical area
Select "Local" if the event is intended only for doctors working within a trust/health board.
*
How and where do you intend to advertise this event? *
Overall aim of the event/topics covered *
Anticipated learning outcomes of the event *
How many credits are you applying for? *
What teaching methods will be used? * Demonstrations
Discussion groups
e-Learning
Individual Performance Review
Lectures
MCQs
Practicals
Tutorials
Workshops

Other (please specify)
Have you held a similar event previously? If yes, please provide details *
Has this event been previously approved for CPD by another Medical Royal College? If yes, please attach confirmation of approval  
 
Supporting documents for CPD Approval purposes (these documents will not be visible on the RCoA's CPD System)   * Event Programme detailing topics mapped to the CPD matrix, where appropriate


* List of speakers and their post/title e.g. Consultant; Senior Lecturer; ST4


Event learning materials (where applicable)


Pre or post course educational/assessment activity e.g. reading lists, MCQ papers (where applicable)


* A copy of the delegate evaluation form