Continuing Professional Development

The College aims to facilitate safe, comprehensive Obstetric and Gynaecological care of the highest standard to the community. All College training and development programs aspire to assist Fellows and Members engage in continual learning and development. 

The RANZCOG CPD program aligns with the Medical Board of Australia’s Professional Performance Framework (PPF) and the Medical Council of New Zealand's recertification programme requirements that supports the strengthening of CPD programs.

The RANZCOG CPD Framework

To help Fellows and Members recognise the core types of CPD as described in the PPF and the MCNZ recertification program, a CPD Framework has been developed where activities are categorised under the three domains as follows:

Educational Activities Outcome Measurement Performance Review
Includes participation in self-directed learning and/or involvement in College roles and/or educational events.
Includes measurement of outcomes of care, benchmarking of performance with peers and reflecting on patient outcomes.
Includes analysing and reflecting on actual work process and can include feedback from peers, colleagues and patients.


For further information regarding the requirements of the RANZCOG Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs, please click on your Member category below:

​Fellows and Subspecialists
Semi-retired Fellows
Associate members: Australia and New Zealand
Educational Affiliates
Diplomates and Certificants


Education Providers

Apply for CPD Activity Approval.


More information

For further information please contact the CPD team

Phone +61 3 9417 1699
Email [email protected]




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