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Appraisal Process & Your  Responsibilities

The Appraisal Process

The Appraisal Team will send you notice when your appraisal is due. Your appraisal month is 3 month before your revalidation month

Contact your appraiser when you receive the notice to arrange an appointment. What might happen if you delay

Complete a pre-appraisal document , collate your supporting information, supply your appraiser with the necessary documents. Do so well before the appraisal date (usually two weeks ahead).

Make sure you have recorded the must dos (those activities that you must do each year or within the 5 year cycle).

The appraiser will write a Summary. You both sign it off

You both sign mandatory declarations.

Done! The appraiser will do the rest.

 

Your responsibilities

Keep a log of supporting information to present at your appraisal. It is easiest to do this as you go along.

Ensure that NHSE Appraisal Team has up to date contact details especially your email address. What might happen if you don't

Contact your appraiser when you receive notice that your appraisal is due to arrange an appointment.

Participate in an annual appraisal unless there are exceptional circumstances.

Inform AT if there are exceptional circumstances that prevent you from providing sufficient supporting information. Do so in good time before your appraisal is due if you can. The Appraisal Team will be sympathetic.

 

Individual Queries about Appraisals
angliangp cannot answer individual enquiries. It is NOT connected to the Appraisal Team.
Send all queries regarding appraisals to  england.ea-appraisals@nhs.net