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Provisional Registration Training _PRT_

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									PRT – What is it?

  Jan Blankenstein
     Provisional Registration Training
              is a misnomer



 PRT has nothing to do with GCC registration

 PRT takes place after GCC registration -
  candidates must be registered chiropractors
  to participate
     Provisional Registration Training
              is a misnomer



 PRT has nothing to do with GCC registration

 PRT takes place after GCC registration -
  candidates must be registered chiropractors
  to participate
                What is PRT?

   The College’s PRT programme provides an
    established framework for a period of
    postgraduate training/professional
    development for new graduates

   It enables newly qualified chiropractors to
    work with regular contact with more
    experienced colleagues who act as their
    Trainers/Mentors
                What is PRT?

   Further structured education is provided at
    unique regional events by experienced PRT
    facilitators

   The overarching aim is the smooth transition
    from the undergraduate setting to
    autonomous professional practice in the
    clinical setting, and from competence to
    proficiency
PRT cannot work without
   Trainers/Mentors
        PRT Registration and Support
   A detailed registration pack is supplied

   Candidate must find a Trainer and the College will help

   A full information pack with all record sheets
    (including project guidance) is provided to each candidate & Trainer

Support personnel:

   PRT Trainer/Mentor (locally-based clinical )
   PRT Tutor (regional organiser)
   PRT Administrator (central)
   Chief Executive (central)
   PRT Director and Committee (central)
        CPD1 – the future of PRT


   Statutory
   Largely clinic-based
   Largely self-assessed
   Induction course
   Structured education programme
   9 months

								
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