CESR (Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration)

A CESR application is very exhaustive. We aim to make the process of collating documentation easier for our customers.

We have therefore arranged for the CESR dividers to include all of the domains required by the GMC- this is available as a “CESR divider set”. You can purchase the dividers separately.

However if you wish a complete documentation solution we recommend purchasing a “CESR set”. This comprises three portfolios relevant to your specialty and a CESR divider set. The “CESR set” is cheaper bought as one unit rather than buying the individual components separately.

Available for purchase, click here

Dividers available for purchase separately, click here

CESR PDF guide from the GMC


Tab list:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Registration Information
  • Primary medical qualification
  • Specialist medical qualification(s)
  • Curriculum or syllabus (if undertaken outside the UK)
  • Specialist registration outside the UK
  • Honours and prizes
  • Other relevant qualifications and certificates
  • Assessments and appraisals
  • RITAs, ARCPs and training assessments
  • 360 ̊ and multi-source feedback
  • Awards and discretionary points letters
  • Personal development plans (PDP)
  • Participation in assessment, appraisal and appointment process
  • Logbooks
  • Consolidation, cumulative data sheets, summary lists and annual caseload statistics
  • Medical reports
  • Case histories
  • Referral letters discussing patient handling
  • Patient lists
  • Departmental (or trust) workload statistics and annual caseload statistics
  • Rotas, timetables and job plans
  • Courses relevant to the curriculum
  • Portfolio (electronic or revalidation)
  • Employment letters and contracts of employment
  • Job descriptions
  • Job plans
  • Research papers, grants, patent designs
  • Publications within specialty field
  • Presentations, poster presentations
  • CPD record certificates and certificates of attendance
  • CPD registration points from UK medical royal colleges (or equivalent body overseas)
  • Membership of professional bodies and organisations
  • Teaching timetables
  • Lectures
  • Feedback or evaluation forms from those taught
  • Letters from colleagues
  • Attendance at teaching or appraisal courses
  • Participation in assessment, appraisal and appointment process
  • Audits undertaken by applicant
  • Reflective diaries
  • Service improvement and clinical governance meetings
  • Health and safety
  • Communication with colleagues
  • Communication with patients
  • Working in multidisciplinary teams
  • Management and leadership experience
  • Chairing meetings and leading projects
  • Honesty and integrity
  • Equality and human rights
  • Data protection
  • Testimonials and letters from colleagues
  • Thank you letters, cards from colleagues and patients
  • Complaints and responses to complaints
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