About the course

This course has been running for 6 years now at the Royal College of Anaesthetists/via virtual format, aimed at preparing you for your Core Anaesthetics and ACCS Anaesthetics Training interview and the MSRA. It is run by the top scoring anaesthetic trainees at Core Training and Registrar level who have recently been through the process. We aim to prepare you for the new format of interviews with personal feedback on your performance and interview practice. You'll also have the chance to hear from the people sitting on interview panels for their advice and get to ask questions to the Head of the London School of Anaesthesia.

How will the course help me?

  • Real-time mock interviews incorporating up-to-date questions and the latest format for your application round 

  • Personal verbal and written feedback on the night

  • Tips & spot questions on preparation for the MSRA and interview structure 

  • Talks from people who sit on the interview panel including the Head of the London School of Anaesthesia

  • Talks from RCoA members & MPS about the benefits membership can provide to your career

  • Opportunity to ask questions

Please note that the course will be run entirely virtually this year, reflecting the most recent update from ANRO & HEE. We have been preparing for this scenario for many months, and are delighted to be able to offer you a course that is designed on the latest format for your application round.

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Guest Speaker - Dr Cleave Gass


Dr Cleave Gass  is a Consultant Anaesthetist at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with a special interest in obstetric anaesthesia. He is Head of the London School of Anaesthesia and ICM, overseeing training in anaesthesia across London. He previously was an Associate Medical Director and Director of Medical Education at St George's for seven years. He is an Educational Monitoring Associate for the GMC and has also acted as an Assessor for the National Clinical Advisory Service. He was the recipient of the NACT Travelling Fellowship in 2014 to North Carolina.

Meet the team


Dr Amour Patel - Course Lead

Clinical PhD Fellow and Anaesthetics Registrar, London


Dr Mark Gabrel - Marketing and Events Management

Anaesthetics Registrar, London


Dr Alok Chauhan  - Marketing and Events Management

Anaesthetics Registrar, London