Previous CPD triennium

This page stores information about our previous CPD triennium (1 July 2019 to 30 June 2022) for those still completing their requirements.

Transitioning to an annual CPD cycle

Still completing your CPD triennium requirements? Here you can find information to help you transition to our new annual cycle, which came into effect from 1 July 2022.

The following documents are provided to help guide you to meet your CPD requirements:


RANZCOG guide to CPD
The guide will help Fellows, associate members and educational affiliates understand the RANZCOG CPD Program,…
RANZCOG CPD framework 2019–2021
The framework outlines your requirements across CPD domains for the 2019–2021 Triennium.
CPD framework definitions
The following definitions work with the RANZCOG CPD framework, providing clarity relating to activities.

When you have completed your triennium requirements, find everything you need to know about the new annual CPD cycle here:

Previous triennium requirements

Requirements for all Fellows

Fellows practising on either a part-time or full-time basis must accrue a minimum of 150 CPD hours within the 3-year period (1/7/2019 – 30/6/2022). A minimum of 38 CPD hours must be accrued in each of the domains however,  due to the COVID-19 exemption applied to all Fellows and members during the current triennium, the minimum requirements in each domain have been reduced to 26 CPD hours.

For the new CPD cycle effective 1/7/22, the MBA has introduced a revised allocation of hours for Outcome Measure (OM) and Performance Review (PR) that will require an annual minimum of 50% (25 hours) across both domains with a minimum of 5 hours within each. The remaining hours can then be applied to either OM or PR.

These revised minimum hours requirements under OM and PR have also been applied for the remainder of the current Triennium (2019-2021) to help Fellows, particularly part-time, semi-retired and rural Fellows.Updates will be reflected in My.RANZCOG by end of October 2021.

The revised allocation of hours for COVID-19 exemptions, OM and PR are detailed in the table below.

DomainMinimum hours prior to COVID-19 exemptionRevised minimum hours (accounting for COVID-19 exemption and revised OM and PR hours)
Educational activities38 hours26 hours
Outcome measurement (OM)38 hours10 hours
Performance review (PR)38 hours10 hours
Remaining hours across OM and/or PRN/A32 hours
Remaining hours in any domain36 hours26 hours
Total150 hours104 hours

Please note, that Fellows who commenced their CPD program after 1 July 2019 will have their hours pro-rated accordingly in their CPD program.

Additional CPD requirements for subspecialists

All RANZCOG Subspecialists must accrue at least 70 of the 104 hours required over the three year period within their subspecialty area.

In addition to the 70 hour subspecialty requirement, CGO, CREI and CU subspecialists each have requirements as follows:

CGO (Certification in Gynaecological Oncology)
Participation in Multidisciplinary Team Meetings (MDT meetings) is mandatory for all CGO subspecialists (min. 20 hours).

Note: From 1 July 2022 it will be mandatory for all CGO subspecialists to participate in a minimum of 60 hours of Multidisciplinary Team Meetings (MDT meetings) each triennium, however you are encouraged to completed at least 30 hours participation in MDT between now and the end of the Triennium, 30 June 2022.

CREI (Certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility) and CU (Certification in Urogynaecology)
Subspecialty checklist required every triennium. Please note: no other subspecialties (CGO, CMFM & COGU) are required to complete a subspecialty checklist.


The professional development plan and annual conversation are tools to assist Fellows and members plan their future CPD areas for development. This becomes a requirement from 1 July 2022.

Providing evidence of RANZCOG membership

I don’t have a current Fellowship Certificate

There are several documents available to you via Integrate:

The CPD Letter of Participation confirms your status with the College and that you are registered for a CPD program. It does not provide evidence that you are meeting your CPD requirements. This is available to download from your CPD Online portal at any time.

The CPD Statement of Hours summarises the number of CPD hours you have completed to date in your triennium. It provides information on whether you are on track to meet your CPD requirements. This is available to download from your CPD Online portal at any time.

The CPD Compliance Statement is formal confirmation that you have met all your CPD requirements for the most recent triennium. It is only available to download at the end of the triennium.

You can download CPD documents by logging in to Integrate and navigating to CPD Online.

If you are having trouble navigating CPD Online, please contact for assistance.

An external body won’t accept a CPD compliance statement

In this case, please contact the Membership team for assistance via or telephone on +613 9412 2908.

CPD hours and verification checks


5% of Fellows are randomly selected for a verification check of the CPD hours they have claimed. 

Overdue in competing hours and/or providing verification documents

Fellows in this category will be contacted regarding individual arrangements. It is recommended that you attempt to finalise your outstanding requirements as soon as you can. Once complete, you will be ale to download a CPD Compliance Statement.  

Changes in circumstance

Periods of leave

If you have been absent from medical practice for a period greater than 6 months due to parental leave, ill health or other exceptional circumstances, you may be eligible for an exemption to be applied to your current CPD period.

Requests for exemptions can be made in writing to the Chairman of the Continuing Professional Development Committee (CPD Committee). Proof of parental leave, ill health or exceptional circumstances must be provided.

The Chairman of the CPD Committee will consider requests for exemptions of 6–12 months; requests greater than 12 months will be considered by the full CPD Committee, which meets three times a year (March, July and November).

If you are absent from practice for a period greater than 2 years please see the Re-entry guidelines following a prolonged period of absence from practice (WPI 13), below.


Re-entry to practice and retraining policy
This policy is for Fellows who wish to return to active practice following a prolonged…

Other exemption circumstances

Click through to the following resources if you require a CPD exemption due to overseas travel or retirement.


Reduction in Subscription Fees Policy and Procedure
College members, Fellows, Diplomates and Certificants can request a reduction in subscription fees for a…
Fellows overseas
If you are practising overseas and participating in a recognised CPD program, you may be…
Retirement and reinstatement
Interested in your retirement options? Use the information below to assist your transition from active…


We invite you to look for your question in our CPD FAQs before getting in touch with the CPD team.
Information regarding the impact that COVID-19 may have on Continuing Professional Development (CPD).


If you have any questions please contact our CPD team: