Non-urgent advice: 1 - Progress satisfactory
Progression requirements met. No significant issues or concerns identified. Trainee is in a good position to progress to next year of training.
Trainee and training department are commended for their efforts in actively engaging with the Scientist Training Programme.
Non-urgent advice: 2 - Progress mostly satisfactory
Progression requirements mostly met. Minor issues identified that should be resolved with a local action plan developed and managed between Trainee and Training Officer.
Trainee and training department are acknowledged for their efforts in actively engaging with the Scientist Training Programme.
Non-urgent advice: 3 - Progress not satisfactory
Progression requirements have not been met and there are concerns about the trainee’s ability to progress to the next year of training. Trainee and Training Officer will be required to attend a meeting with the School to explore the issues affecting progress further so that appropriate advice and support can be offered. This may require the development of an action plan with timed objectives so that progress can be further monitored and supported.
Trainees will be expected to actively participate and address the progression shortfall where they are able to do so. If health and wellbeing matters impact on progress this may not be possible.
Non-urgent advice: 4 - No evidence expected, review to be re-scheduled
Trainee is known to be on informed leave from programme such as maternity/paternity/parental/adoption leave, long-term sickness, approved exceptional extenuating circumstances.
Trainee to inform the School of their return to programme to trigger a scheduling of progression review.
Non-urgent advice: 5 - Trainee is not making progress for known reasons
Trainee and/or training department has previously been referred to the School which is actively managing the case with the trainee and/or training department.