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The below list details the items that you will need to bring to
your interview with the Oxford Deanery. Please note that
specialties which are being recruited to nationally may have
different requirements so you are strongly advised to check the
guidance provided by the lead College or Deanery for your
If you are called for interview with the Oxford Deanery you will
be expected to bring both the original and
copies of the following documents:
Signed on front page by the candidate.
1 copy only
Valid passport or proof of
. You will need copies of the photo
page and the front cover of the passport.
Right to Work in the
evidence should consist of a
date stamped visa in the passport and any relevant Home Office
documentation such as an accompanying letter from the Home
Office, Registration Card, Accession Card or Workers'
evidence should consist of a
& 2x proof of address
& 1x proof of address.
Passports or driving licences will
be accepted as photo
Registration and Most
Recent Renewal Letter
Evidence of Medical
-Evidence of all qualifications listed on your
-Official translations are required where the
original document is not in English.
Foundation or Core Competencies
-All verified evidence of competencies as
cited on your application form.
-Please see the Foundation Competencies and Core Medical Competencies pages for further
information on this.
Current or most recent certificate.
Proof of English language proficiency
(if your undergraduate training was not taught in
Certificate at the
level specified in the person specification.
-Written letter from your current employer or
clinical supervisor confirming your language competency.
3 signed original documents
(no copies needed)
-Three completed reference forms from the
referees listed on your application form.
-For more information please see
the Reference Policy page.
2 original photos
Photos should be signed, name printed and
dated on the reverse.
You will be required to bring your portfolio
of evidence to your interview. The portfolio will be examined by
panel members as part of the interview process and should contain
evidence to support any statements or claims made on your
application form. Although many trainees now use e-portfolio, a
hard copy of the evidence contained on the e-portfolio system will
need to be brought to interview.
The portfolio should contain evidence of
your attainment of Foundation, Core and/or Higher specialty
competencies and should highlight your academic achievements.
You should include such things as Trainers' Reports, Workplace
Based Assessments, Audits and Log Books of Clinical Activity.
It is essential that all statements made in
your application form can be evidenced through your portfolio.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if
you have any questions.
Please note: Failure to bring
any of the above documents may prevent you from participating in
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