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Become RCS Faculty

At RCS, we maintain that our faculty are at the heart of what we do.

We welcome faculty from a variety of backgrounds and experience levels, most of whom voluntarily give up their time to develop and teach on RCS courses throughout the UK and abroad.

Our faculty is made up of Education Clinical Leads, Course Directors and Faculty Members. Each member of the faculty plays a vital role in helping us to deliver the highest quality of surgical education.

Find out more about the faculty

Who can become RCS faculty?

You can become a Faculty Member at any point in your career beyond Core Training level.

Course Directors and Education Clinical Leads are more senior members of faculty. These are usually mid-career surgeons who have built up expertise and credibility in their field.

We also work with experts from other medical specialties and professionals from non-medical fields, such as digital photographers or medical lawyers, who teach on relevant courses.

Please note that we are committed to high quality education and we recognise that skills as a trainer are an essential part of this. We ask that faculty complete the Training the Trainers: Developing Teaching Skills course or demonstrate equivalent before becoming a member of RCS faculty.

What are the benefits of being a member of RCS faculty?

Becoming a faculty member means that you play a vital role in advancing surgical education.

It allows you to develop invaluable skills as a trainer, supporting your ongoing career development.

At the same time, you will experience the satisfaction of sharing your expertise and knowing that you are helping others to develop their careers.

It is also a great way to learn from other surgical professionals in a unique educational environment, while also expanding your professional network.

Some of the RCS courses that most commonly require new faculty members include:

Please note that we are committed to high quality education and we recognise that skills as a trainer are an essential part of this. We ask that faculty complete the Training the Trainers: Developing Teaching Skills course or demonstrate equivalent before becoming a member of RCS faculty.

How can I apply to become a member of RCS faculty?

We are actively seeking faculty to help deliver courses in London and at our regional centres across the UK.

If you are interested in becoming a member of RCS faculty for any of our courses, including those without current vacancies, please send your CV and your areas of interest to us at edufaculty@rcseng.ac.uk

How can I find out more?

If you have any questions or would like to know more about becoming a member of RCS faculty, please contact our team on edufaculty@rcseng.ac.uk or call us on 020 7869 6300.

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