b'Part B: Clinical ComponentsGuide to the ClinicalCore Competency unitsComponents of the CurriculumPeri-operative Management: PA_C_The clinical components of the Curriculum aresubdivided into three domains, Core Competency,Airway Management: AM_C_Modular and Specialty Modular. Within each domain there are several units.General Anaesthesia for ASA I and II Patients for Low Risk Surgical Procedures: GA_C_Core Competency units Regional Anaesthesia (i) Neuraxial and Foundation There are 8 Core Competency units. These arePeripheral Nerve Blockade: RN_C_considered fundamental knowledge and skills applicableAnaesthesia for Ambulatory Surgery: AA_C_across all areas of practice. These clinical components comprise a collection of competencies appropriateAnaesthesia for Orthopaedic Surgery: OR_C_for developing the skills of a junior trainee to safely anaesthetise, under distant supervision, a patientTrauma Management: TR_C_with moderate complexity. These skills are developed throughout training and thus revisited throughout theTransfer of the Critically Unwell Patient: TF_C_training programme. Modular units Modular unitsThere are 9 Modular units. These identify clinical areasAnaesthesia for General, Urological & Gynaecological requiring further specialised knowledge and skills toSurgery: GA_M_manage patients in specific contexts. These modulesAnaesthesia for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, should be completed as a minimum of one monthincluding Burns: PB_M_assigned to each sub-specialty area.Anaesthesia Outside of the Operating Theatre including conscious sedation: AO_M_Specialty Modular units Regional Anaesthesia (ii)Peripheral Nerve Blockade: There are 4 Specialty Modular units. These have beenRP_M_further delineated as modular units requiring a longerAnaesthesia for Otolaryngology, Oral and Maxillofacial, dedicated period in a sub or dual specialty area toHead and Neck Surgery: EN_Mconsolidate learning. Anaesthesia for Vascular Surgery: VA_M_Anaesthesia for Neurosurgery and Neuroradiology: Format of the Curriculum NR_M_Each Unit is structured with a: Anaesthesia for Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery: CT_M_1) Title of the Unit;2) Description of the learning outcomes for each of the competencies within the unit. Specialty Modular unitsThe table is structured as follows: Anaesthesia and Analgesia for Obstetric Care: OB_S_Ref MedicalK/S/A ExpectedAssessment Domain standard method Anaesthesia for Paediatric Surgery: PA_S_Intensive Care Medicine: CC_S_The Reference Code (Ref) is formatted as follows:-Initial two letters identify the specific competency,Pain Medicine: PM_S_which is further elaborated below;-The middle letter identifies the competency as either a core competency unit (C), a modular unit (M), or a specialty modular unit (S);-The end number refers to the expected standard.34 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'