Entry requirements, skills and interests (anaesthesia associates)

Entry requirements

To enter training as an anaesthesia associate, you will need to apply for a post as a trainee anaesthesia associate and either be:


For further information about entry requirements please visit the Royal College of Anaesthetists website

Skills, qualities and interests needed

To work as an  anaesthesia associate, you’ll need:

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