How can I book a place on the course?
Please complete the registration form on the course fee section. Once we receive the form you will receive course place confirmation email and details about course payment.
How many candidates will be there in each group - day 1 involves teaching in small groups- 4 candidates only and 8 groups. There will be atleast 3 patients or scenarios per station
What will be the course format? Will you cover the new changes to the MRCPCH Clinical exam?
Kindly refer to the page Course Format for Details. Yes we will cover the new exam changes including 2 video stations with examiner and neurodevelopmental station which will be run over 22 minutes
Is there is dress code?
Formals- no need for tie or suit but smart formals please.
Is there a Waiting List?
If the course you want to attend is full, send us an email (email@example.com) stating your name, telephone number, and the course you want to come on. Cancellations do come up, and we will contact you as soon as a place is available.
What if you want to cancel?
Written cancellations received 6 weeks prior to the Course will be accepted and refunded. We regret that no refunds can be made for cancellations received after that date. However if we do manage to get another candidate booked on the course we will refund you course fees (administration fees of £50 will be deducted for all cancellations)
What about Accommodation for the candidates?
You will have to book accommodation separately as no accommodation can be provided. But you will find many hotels, guest houses and B&Bs in and around the hospital. To get started click here.
Is there any early bird discount for booking early?
The course is reasonably priced and is the most cost effective as compared to other available courses.
Is on-site parking available?
There is no public parking at the hospital site itself but there is free off street parking available on Saturday and Sunday- Turner Street, Ashfield Street, Varden Street and Cavell Street to name a few.
How do I reach the hospital using public transport?
Royal London Hospital is exactly opposite to Whitechapel station which is very well connected by public transport and is on the Hammersmith and city line/ District line/ LondonOverground. Buses 253, 254, 25, 205 stop outside the hospital. Please use for further assistance
Any other questions/queries?
Please contact us via email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Or contact +447969807871.