The registrar must award a certificate of completion of training ('CCT')1 to any person who applies to the General Medical Council2 for that purpose if:
(1) that person is a registered medical practitioner3;
(2) the registrar is satisfied that that person has been appointed to, and has satisfactorily completed, a course of training leading to the award of a CCT4; and
(3) that course of training has been approved5 by the Council6.
The registrar may only award a CCT in general practice or in a recognised specialty
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