The Medical Training Initiative (MTI) is a national scheme designed to allow a small number of doctors to enter the UK from overseas for a most of 24 months, so that they can benefit from training and development in NHS services before returning to their home countries. The scheme is made with the coalition among the Royal Colleges, Trusts, Deaneries and Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) along with their overseas relationships.
What are the benefits of MTI?
- You are getting the specialty training for 2 years under a qualified NHS consultant and on top of that a postgraduate diploma- Diploma in UK Medical Practice (DipUKMP) will be awarded after the completion if you are sponsored by Royal Colleges. If you are sponsored by your country/third-party, in place of that diploma, you will receive a training completion certificate.
- In addition to receiving up to 24 months of specialised medical training, doctors on the MTI have also can attend a variety of workshops and seminars, gain fellowship to their relevant medical . . .
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