This will depend upon your current status and level of training; trainees with different experience will be required to give different evidence.
The application form will guide you on this but please also visit the foundation competences page of this website for more information.
Please note - if you are not currently on, or have not previously completed, a UK/UK-affiliated foundation programme, you will likely be required to submit a completed 'Certificate of Readiness to Enter Specialty Recruitment' as evidence of your foundation competence.
Only the 2024 version of this certificate will be accepted and this must have been signed by a supervisor that you have worked with for at least three consecutive months since February 2021.
The short answer here is no, as only the 2024 version of the Certificate of Readiness to Enter Specialty Training will be accepted and each applicant may only submit one version of the certificate to demonstrate a full set of foundation competences.
Restrictions no longer apply apply to candidates whose employment will be subject to the resident labour market test (RLMT). We will therefore be accepting applications from those who would have been subject to the RLMT prior to this change.
You can, however your application will need to be supported by a form signed by both the Training Programme Director / Head of School and the Postgraduate Dean in the region that the training took place. The form can be downloaded from the Document Library
The person specification states that this should be in 'exceptional circumstances', which: 'may be defined as a demonstrated change in circumstances, which can be shown on the ability to train at that time and may include severe personal illness or family caring responsibility incompatible with continuing to train.'
In short, no.
Speaking generally, you would only be considered to have relinquished a programme in regards to this question if you had physically begun the programme, before leaving at a later stage.
If you applied in a previous round, and then withdrew your application, this would not be classed as relinquishing; even if you withdrew after accepting an offer. If your withdrawal came before you started, this would just be regarded as a withdrawal of your application, rather than relinquishing a place on a programme.