Trust Induction

It is of paramount importance that you undertake an Induction to the Trust. This is to ensure all new staff receive relevant risk management training and are integrated in their team in a safe and efficient way. This enables the Trust to give assurance and ensure compliance with its statutory and regulatory obligations

You will be booked onto the Trust Induction as part of the recruitment process, please ensure you attend this induction day.

There are also monthly IMG Induction sessions being held at the Trust. Please see below for the full list of dates.

IMG Sessions

To book onto one of the sessions, please email the Postgraduate Team at

Good Medical Practice Events

You will also be invited by Medical Education to attend a GMC run Welcome to the UK workshops, which are facilitated by the regional liaison officers from the GMC and are tailored specifically for doctors new to the UK & working in the NHS.

For any information around GMC Welcome to the UK events, please email the Postgraduate Team at

Video recordings of all the presentations from the IMG monthly Inductions can be found below:

Departmental Induction

You will also receive a Departmental Induction into the department you are starting in. This should be carried out by a senior clinician in the department and will introduce you to the department and show you how to use any systems that you will be required to use.

You will need to complete a Departmental Induction form and have this signed off by the Supervisor completing the Departmental Induction with you.

IMG / LED Handbook

Please make time to read over the IMG / LED Handbook which can be found via the link below.

It contains all the relevant information that you will need for your time at the Trust including information on staff members, contact details, information regarding each department and how they can support you.

Locally Employed Doctors Handbook

IMG On Boarding Handbook

e-LFH International Induction Programme

Clinical Skills Induction Checklist