The British Association of Urological Surgeons runs an Introduction to Urology course. Urology recruitment uses a system of longlisting, and therefore as long as health-care professionals meet the person specification they should be invited to interview. The interview will consist of five stations: four 15-minute stations and a 30-minute portfolio station. The interview invitation will set out the different sections and the order. These sections include: degree certificates; course completion certificates; evidence of prizes awarded; audits and publications; teaching experience; posters and presentations; and logbook. As well as the achievements outlined in health-care professionals’ portfolio, they will be asked a series of questions to assess their ability to problem-solve and deal with difficult situations. Health-care professionals need to show that they know how to adequately resuscitate a patient before they show off their intimate knowledge of the grades of renal trauma.