The next two paragraphs make the obvious but necessary point that training cannot be allowed to take place in clinical areas in which patient safety is not adequate
"1.85 While requirements for remedial action must be proportionate, training should not be allowed to take place in an environment where patient safety is not being adequately protected. Perceived difficult consequences should never be permitted to hinder steps required to protect patients, and the oversight of medical training should not condone or support unacceptable practice. As elsewhere in the system, a sense of urgency may have been lacking, even after the scale of the deficiencies at the Trust had become apparent.
Medical training and education 1.172 Medical education and training systems provide an opportunity for enhancing patient safety. Students and trainees should not be placed in establishments which do not comply with the fundamental standards, and those charged with overseeing and regulating these activities should, like all other participants in the system, make the protection of patients their priority. A number of recommendations for this purpose have been made."
Overall these sections I have highlighted sum up all that is wrong with medical training as things currently stand. The regulation of quality is poor and as a result it is far too easy for trainees to be put into dangerous clinical environments. Francis hits the nail on the head in my opinion. Part 3 is still to come.