Commissioned work

The RCP designs and delivers high-quality education for many partners in the UK and across the world.

Our team of educationalists, learning technologists, event coordinators and project managers have expertise ranging from curriculum development to international workshop delivery. We can mobilise working and stakeholder groups easily to inform and collaborate on any design and offer a unique co-delivery alongside clinical faculty to deliver education.


International commissioned programmes

We have extensive experience of delivering programmes internationally, all of which are tailored to meet the specific needs of the country in which they are being delivered. We have recently worked in Brunei, Dubai, Iceland, India, Malaysia, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Switzerland and the USA.

Our track record of delivering sustainable faculty development programmes internationally, involves ensuring that a team of local educators is created to design and deliver education and leadership programmes to meet the needs of local learners.

RCP Global

Curriculum design

Working in partnership we can help you develop and adapt curricula to meet evolving needs and local circumstances. We recognise and value the multidisciplinary and interprofessional nature of work in modern medical teams. We also recognise the pressures faced by clinical staff and services. We support curriculum development for improving team learning, service improvement and staff wellbeing in busy clinical workplaces.

Flexible Portfolio Training pathway pilot


We have developed groundbreaking credentialing models, including:

  • Gender identity healthcare – interprofessional; with NHS England and University of London Worldwide
  • Maternal medicine – pre- and post-CCT routes; with NHS England and HEE
  • Clinician researchers – RCP leading on behalf of AoMRC; with NIHR CRN coordinating centre

We also maintain and develop two historic credentials: the Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (DTM&H) and the Diploma in Geriatric Medicine (DGM) – with the British Geriatrics Society.