This workshop offers practical advice and guidance for SAS doctors applying for a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR). It focuses on the types of supporting evidence required, who to approach for a reference, as well as providing practical tips for completing the application process.Workshop includes:presentation and Q&A session on the application process from the GMC’s specialist applications teamRCP clinical teaching faculty experienced in assessing CESR applicationsup-to-date facts and statistics on application success ratesguidance on supporting evidence and references.It was an excellent course and provided me with a good understanding of the evidence needed to complete the CESR application. Dr Uzma Qureshi, SAS Doctor, September 2018What you will learnBy the end of this workshop doctors will be able to:appreciate the importance of your personal development and how to plan itidentify and gather evidence required for completing a CESR applicationidentify appropriate referees to support a CESR applicationgain practical tips on completing a CESR applicationdevelop and manage an individual portfolio.Who should attend?SAS doctors who are interested in applying for a Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR).Before this course, I felt like I was the only person in this position. Brilliant summary of what’s needed to get through the CESR route. Can’t recommend enough. Dr Kerry Parkinson, SpR (geriatrics), Wirral University Teaching HospitalNavigating the CESR route25 November 2019 09:30 to 16:00ProgrammeHighlights include:Purpose of maintaining a portfolioLinks between revalidation and CESRPresentation from the GMC on the CESR processUsing workplace-based assessment to show ‘equivalencePractice session: identifying the issuesSelf assessment and future planning.