Doncaster GP Training


We now have a new website which can be acessed below - we will be using that site from now on.

This site still has some documents but otherwise WILL NOT BE UPDATED


Please go to our new site and bookmark it.



Training is now slowly resuming.


ALL educational time for those in General Practice should now resume in the timetable.


HDRC training is being resumed in June via Zoom or online learning etc.


We can’t use the Education Centre until at least July. We will have to follow isolation guidance after that.


All study leave  can now be taken where possible and trainees should be back in normal place of work.



We are still running the office for queries and will be sending out regular updates.



You will be sent email invites – please make sure you have downloaded the Zoom App.


For those returning after time off due to maternity leave or long term sickness or time out of training – you should have had a letter about this from HEE – we have attached it to the files here as well.





GP training in Doncaster has been going since the 1970s when training was in its infancy and seen as an unnecessary 'fad'. Since then we have advanced in leaps and bounds, increasing from 10 trainees in the late 1980s to over 60 now!




We are based at the Education centre at Doncaster Royal Infirmary. A purpose built training centre for NHS staff with fully equiped rooms for larger and smaller groups. All rooms have internet access, with computers, TV monitors and screens.




Sessions are run at least 40 weeks per year, usually on tuesday afternoons when study leave has been negotiated from both training practices and the hospital posts.


The sessions run from 2 to 5 pm and on selected days we run whole day sessions including mock exams in AKT and CSA and arrange trips to other venues. At the end of the summer and Christmas terms we usually have an awayday and quiz session.



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