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Training Documents

Click on your area of specialisation below for forms and information documents relating to the completion of your Subspecialist Certification.
 

All Subspecialty Training General Documents


Prospective Approval (PA) and Online User Manual

Trainees must submit an online application for Prospective Approval of training, not less than eight (8) weeks prior to the commencement of training in each year of training.  Only training that has been prospectively approved by the relevant subspecialty committee Chair will be credited by the College.​

 

 

Extended Leave Application

 

Post Year 3 Clinical Training

 

Overseas Training

 

Research Project

Trainees who have completed a formal higher research degree qualification in an area relevant to the subspecialty may be approved as meeting the requirement for satisfactory completion of the research project.  However, trainees to whom this applies will still be expected to be involved in ongoing research during training.
This application for Exemption from Research Project application must be completed and submitted with the Prospective Approval of Subspecialty Training application in the first semester of subspecialty training.

A Research Project Proposal and Timeline application is required to be submitted with the first Training Assessment Record (TAR) in the first six months of training:

Other Research Project forms:


Certification in Gynaecological Oncology (CGO)

 

General

 

For Supervisors and Assessors

 

Research Progress Report - Post Year 3

This document is required to be submitted online by trainees who have completed all clinical training requirements but still have the research project to satisfactorily complete. This document must be submitted online every six months, in line with the Training Assessment Record (TAR) timeframes.

Certification Application

Signed and dated application forms, together with any additional documentation specified therein must be received at College House no later than 1 February (for March Board), 1  June (for July Board) and 1 October (for November Board).


Certification in Maternal Fetal Medicine (CMFM)

 

General

 

For Supervisors and Assessors

  

In-Hospital Clinical Examination (IHCE):

Research Progress Report - Post Year 3

This document is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed clinical training but have the research project outstanding. This document must be submitted every six months, in line with the Training Assessment Record (TAR) timeframes.


Assessment of Procedural Skills (APS)

Certification Application

Signed and dated application forms, together with any additional documentation specified therein must be received at College House no later than 1 February (for March Board), 1 June (for July Board) and 1 October (for November Board):


Certification in Obstetrical and Gynaecological Ultrasound (COGU)

 

General

 

In-Hospital Clinical Assessment (IHCA)

 

Research Progress Report – Post Year 3

This document is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed clinical training but have the research project outstanding. This document must be submitted every six months, in line with the Training Assessment Record (TAR) timeframes:

 

Research-based Discussion (RbD)

Certification Application

Signed and dated application forms, together with any additional documentation specified therein must be received at College House no later than 1 February (for March Board), 1 June (for July Board) and 1 October (for November Board):


Certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI)

 

General

 

For Supervisors and Assessors

 

Research Progress Report – Post Year 3

This document is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed clinical training but have the research project outstanding. This document must be submitted every six months, in line with the Training Assessment Record (TAR) timeframe.

 

Assessment of Procedural Skills (APS)

Certification Application

Signed and dated application forms, together with any additional documentation specified therein must be received at College House no later than 1 February (for March Board), 1 June (for July Board) and 1 October (for November Board).


Certification of Urogynaecology (CU)

 

General

 

For Supervisors and Assessors

 

Research Progress Report – Post Year 3

This document is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed clinical training but have the research project outstanding. This document must be submitted every six months, in line with the Training Assessment Record (TAR) timeframes:

 

Directly Observed Procedural Skills (DOPS)

Research-based Discussion (RbD)

Certification Application

Signed and dated application forms, together with any additional documentation specified therein must be received at College House no later than 1 February (for March Board), 1 June (for July Board) and 1 October (for November Board):


 

More information

Information relating to CREI please contact: 

Kate Gilliam​, Senior Coordinator
Subspecialties Training Program 

Email[email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9412 2959


Information relating to CGO & CU please contact: 

Jennifer Keating, Coordinator
Subspecialties Training Program 

Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9412 2997


Information relating to CMFM please contact: 

Lisa Grayson, Coordinator
Subspecialties Training Program 

Email: [email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9412 2990


Information relating to COGU please contact: 

Julie Wise, Coordinator
Subspecialties Training Program 

Email:  [email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9412 2941

 

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