Information and resources for trainees and hospitals already involved with the Medical Training Initiative (MTI) scheme.
For an introduction to the MTI scheme, and how to apply, please visit the main MTI page.
Presentations from the MTI induction September 2019
Resources for doctors currently in the UK on the MTI scheme
MTI Booklet for new starters
The MTI booklet (PDF 396kb) contains advices for new doctors joining the scheme. Find out about the ways of adjusting to a new working environment, living in the UK and tips from previous MTI trainees on how to deal with problems you may encounter.
The Relocation guide (May 2018) (PDF 1.3mb) is created by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges which gives international doctors participating in the MTI scheme general advice about moving to the UK.
The guide is not exhaustive but it does cover some of the key things that you will need to arrange and may find useful to know when you move to the UK. It contains generic information which aims to cover all of your needs and those of your family (if applicable).
AoMRC Medical Training Initiative Guide
The MTI Guide 2017 (PDF 3mb) is created by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. This report includes important information about the operation of the MTI scheme, processes involved and crucial FAQs.
Guidance for MTI doctors
If you start to experience some issues within your placement the RCOG can offer pastoral support and guidance.
Support for MTI doctors from Sri Lanka
If you are from Sri Lanka, you can now contact the RCOG Sri Lanka Liaison Group Trainee Committee. This group has produced a small booklet for Sri Lankan MTI trainees and also offers a network system which allows you to contact a UK trainee at any time to talk about life in UK hospitals and other training issues. If you are interested, please contact the Trainee Committee: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please read the frequently asked questions for people on MTI placements on the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) website.
There are several websites which may be helpful for MTI doctors: