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Welcome to our page dedicated to the UK Foundation Programme (UKFPO). In order to gain a place as a Foundation Year 1 (F1) doctor in the UK you will have to sit the National Clinical Assessment (NSA) OSCE if you graduated 2 years before the start date of your FY1 programme.

We have tailor made courses to help students overcome the Clinical Skills Assessment exam.


OSCEs are made up of a circuit of ‘stations’, each station being a self- contained area (a room) in which a candidate is asked to perform a given clinical task. The tasks are largely independent on one another and the knowledge and skills utilised in one are neither required nor utilised in subsequent stations.


Our NCA course: 5 days


Day 1: Focused history taking, history taking in difficult circumstances – challenging communication – Ethical and legal issues

Day 2: surgical and peri-operative care – discharge planning – health promotion and patient education

Day 3 and 4: recognition and management of acute illness – examination of patients with chronic disease – practical procedures

Day 5 – this day will include data interpretation (ECGs, CXR, ABGs) and management of medical emergencies and Team work. Prescribing skills.

Course dates for CSA 2024-2025 candidates: 

OCTOBER 1-6th 2024:

  • 1st October – online

  • 2nd October – online

  • 3rd October – Live (Birmingham)

  • 4th October – Live (Birmingham)

  • 6th October – online

Course fee: £450 – this will include all study material and addition to a dedicated WhatsApp group for exam-related discussion 

Unlimited practice after the course up until the exam with full access to manikins.