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Survey of medical certificate of completion of training (CCT) holders’ career progression

What we are doing

This survey reports the experiences of and outcomes for certificate of completion of training (CCT) holders within 1 year of gaining their CCT in the medical specialties in the UK.

The survey results from a collaboration between the Royal College of Physicians (RCP) Medical Workforce Unit and the Joint Royal Colleges of Physicians Training Board (JRCPTB). This unique survey has monitored changing outcomes for CCT holders across the different medical specialties since 2009, during a period of considerable change and uncertainty in the NHS.

Contact details and CCT dates for trainees in all 30 medical specialties were obtained from the JRCPTB.

What we have produced

This is the twelfth survey reporting the experiences of, and outcomes for, CCT holders within one year of gaining their CCT. It covers physicians who gained their CCT in 2019 and 2020 in all 30 medical specialties in the UK.

This is the eleventh survey reporting the experiences of, and outcomes for, CCT holders within one year of gaining their CCT. It covers physicians who gained their CCT in 2018 in all 30 medical specialties in the UK.

This is the tenth survey reporting the experiences of, and outcomes for, CCT holders within one year of gaining their CCT. It covers physicians who gained their CCT in 2017 in all 30 medical specialties in the UK.

This is the ninth survey reporting the experiences of, and outcomes for, CCT holders within 1 year of gaining their CCT. It covers physicians who gained their training in 2016 in all 30 medical specialties in the UK.

This is the eighth annual survey reporting the experiences of and outcomes for CCT holders within 1 year of gaining their CCT in the medical specialties in the UK.