To show progression and coverage of the curriculum there will be workplace based assessments (WPBAs) in addition to formal assessments.
A range of Workplace Based Assessments will need to be undertaken during placements.
-Phase 1a local formative assessment - at the end of the first month, a local assessment to ensure trainees are competent to progress to more comprehensive practice including a reduction in supervision
-Phase 1 National Summative Assessment (NSA1) - the Diploma in Immediate Medical Care from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
-Phase 2 National Summative Assessment (NSA2) - the Fellowship in Immediate Medical Care from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Please note that there are fees associated with NSA1 and NSA2. Details of fees and the assessments can be found on their website
Training and Assessment Panel (TAP)
Trainees are invited to the TAP towards the end of their training. It is this panel that will give a recommendation to the trainees parent College and the GMC on whether they have achieved the necessary requirements for PHEM sub-specialty accreditation.