Post CCT Max Online Course

You’ve worked hard for so long. Time to see the possibilities.
Everything you need to make the most of Post CCT General Practice.

Half day intense course  |  9 high impact chapters  |  4 flexible subscription options

How to plan, what to think about, who to involve, what not to miss

Negotiating a job, financial awareness, protect yourself + more

Maximise your first year of independent General Practice

Pause, restart, re-watch as many times as you like

Flexible to you: 1, 3, 6 or 12 month packages


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POST CCT MAX ONLINE COURSE

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Course Contents

1. What Choices do I have

2. Types of GP

3. Performer’s list

4. Finding a job

5. Your CV

6. Your covering letter

7. Win at your Interview

8. Salaried GP – what to know

9. Locum GP – what to know

10. Partnership – what to know

11. Income

12. Setting your T&Cs

13. Locum chambers

14. Deciding your rates

15. Job plans

16. Invoicing

17. Medical Politics

18. Private General Practice

19. Doctorpreneur

20. Media GP

21. Leadership

22. Extra Qualifications

23. Stress and Burnout

24. Getting the right medical protection

25. Complaints

26. Who can help

27. Finding regular work

28. Partnership accounts

29. Practice agreements

30. Premises issues

31. NHS pension

32. IR35 for locums

33. Maximise your income

34. Limited company

35. What is appraisal

36. Appraisal toolkit

37. How to max your CPD

38. Appraisal requirements

39. SMART PDPs

40. Reflection as a GP

41. Make appraisal work for you

42. Revalidation

43. Super-partnerships

44. Federations

45. What are PCNs

46. What are PCNs

47. Medical Education

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POST-CCT

What are my Options?

What type of GP do I want to be and what are my options?

✓ Which Practice types are there and which would suit me?

✓ Locum vs Salaried vs Partner – how can I decide?

What do I need to think about?

How to get your Finance right and things not to miss

✓ How to protect yourself as a new GP and prevent burnout

✓ How to make your appraisal work for you

How can I create my Career?

Options for Portfolio Careers and how to approach

✓ Using your CV, Covering Letter and Interview to Succeed

✓ Post CCT Qualifications and how they may help

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