Top

Training Documents

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

Certification in Gynaecological Oncology (CGO)

 

Registration and Prospective Approvals (PA)

All Subspecialty trainees must submit a Registration Form A and Prospective Approval Form B, 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.​

General Training Documents

For Supervisors and Assessors

NEW!  Scholarly Elective (Commencing 2021)

Effective 1 February 2021, the previously named 'Research Project' will now be called the Scholarly Elective.
Within the Scholarly Elective there are two options: 

  • Research Stream (previously named 'Research Project')  CGO, CMFM, COGU, CREI and CU trainees 
  • Non-Research Stream (new) CMFM 1st and 2nd year trainees only (2021 training year)

Click here for the Scholarly Elective Research Stream forms and information

Post Year 3 Clinical Training Forms

Registration Form is required to be submitted no later than 31 January every year Post Year 3 Clinical Training - Progress Report is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed all clinical training requirements.  This form must be completed if the trainee has one or more or the following to satisfactorily be completed: Scholarly Elective (Research and Non-Research Streams), Written Examination and/or Oral Examination.

Extended Leave Application

Certification Application

This form must only be submitted after you have received acknowledgement from the College that you have met all the Subspecialty trianing program requirements.

This application must be completed, signed and fees paid  prior to being submitted to the relevant committee for approval. 
A trainee must not identify themselves as a Specialist until all training requiremend are satisfactorily completed including Scholarly Elective and Examinations and have been certified by the RANZCOG Board.


Certification in Maternal Fetal Medicine (CMFM)

 

Registration and Prospective Approvals (PA)

NEW! Training Registration Form A and Prospective Approval Form B have merged and are now an online form named Registration and Prospective Approval Form (PA) .
All Subspecialty trainees must submit a Registration and Prospective Approval Form, 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.​

General Training Documents

For Supervisors and Assessors

NEW!  Scholarly Elective (Commencing 2021)

Effective 1 February 2021, the previously named 'Research Project' will now be called the Scholarly Elective.
Within the Scholarly Elective there are two options: 

  • Research Stream (previously named 'Research Project')  CGO, CMFM, COGU, CREI and CU trainees 
  • Non-Research Stream (new) CMFM 1st and 2nd year trainees only (2021 training year)

Click here for the Scholarly Elective Research Stream forms and information

 In-Hospital Clinical Examination (IHCE)

Assessment of Procedural Skills (APS)

Post Year 3 Clinical Training Forms

Registration Form is required to be submitted no later than 31 January every year Post Year 3 Clinical Training - Progress Report is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed all clinical training requirements.  This form must be completed if the trainee has one or more or the following to satisfactorily be completed: Scholarly Elective (Research and Non-Research Streams), Written Examination and/or Oral Examination.

Extended Leave Application

Certification Application

This form must only be submitted after you have received acknowledgement from the College that you have met all the Subspecialty trianing program requirements.

This application must be completed, signed and fees paid  prior to being submitted to the relevant committee for approval. 
A trainee must not identify themselves as a Specialist until all training requiremend are satisfactorily completed including Scholarly Elective and Examinations and have been certified by the RANZCOG Board.


Certification in Obstetrical and Gynaecological Ultrasound (COGU)

 

Registration and Prospective Approvals (PA)

All Subspecialty trainees must submit a Registration Form A and Prospective Approval Form B, 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.​

General Training Documents

 For Supervisors and Assessors

NEW!  Scholarly Elective (Commencing 2021)

Effective 1 February 2021, the previously named 'Research Project' will now be called the Scholarly Elective.
Within the Scholarly Elective there are two options: 

  • Research Stream (previously named 'Research Project')  CGO, CMFM, COGU, CREI and CU trainees 
  • Non-Research Stream (new) CMFM 1st and 2nd year trainees only (2021 training year)

Click here for the Scholarly Elective Research Stream forms and information

In-Hospital Clinical Assessment (IHCA)

  Research-based Discussion (RbD)

Post Year 3 Clinical Training Forms

Registration Form is required to be submitted no later than 31 January every year Post Year 3 Clinical Training - Progress Report is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed all clinical training requirements.  This form must be completed if the trainee has one or more or the following to satisfactorily be completed: Scholarly Elective (Research and Non-Research Streams), Written Examination and/or Oral Examination.

Extended Leave Application

Certification Application

This form must only be submitted after you have received acknowledgement from the College that you have met all the Subspecialty trianing program requirements.

This application must be completed, signed and fees paid  prior to being submitted to the relevant committee for approval. 
A trainee must not identify themselves as a Specialist until all training requiremend are satisfactorily completed including Scholarly Elective and Examinations and have been certified by the RANZCOG Board.


Certification in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI)

 

Registration and Prospective Approvals (PA)

All Subspecialty trainees must submit a Registration Form A and Prospective Approval Form B, 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.​

General Training Documents

For Supervisors and Assessors NEW!  Scholarly Elective (Commencing 2021)

Effective 1 February 2021, the previously named 'Research Project' will now be called the Scholarly Elective.
Within the Scholarly Elective there are two options: 

  • Research Stream (previously named 'Research Project')  CGO, CMFM, COGU, CREI and CU trainees 
  • Non-Research Stream (new) CMFM 1st and 2nd year trainees only (2021 training year)

Click here for the Scholarly Elective Research Stream forms and information

 Assessment of Procedural Skills (APS)

Post Year 3 Clinical Training Forms

Registration Form is required to be submitted no later than 31 January every year Post Year 3 Clinical Training - Progress Report is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed all clinical training requirements.  This form must be completed if the trainee has one or more or the following to satisfactorily be completed: Scholarly Elective (Research and Non-Research Streams), Written Examination and/or Oral Examination.

Extended Leave Application

Certification Application

This form must only be submitted after you have received acknowledgement from the College that you have met all the Subspecialty trianing program requirements.

This application must be completed, signed and fees paid  prior to being submitted to the relevant committee for approval. 
A trainee must not identify themselves as a Specialist until all training requiremend are satisfactorily completed including Scholarly Elective and Examinations and have been certified by the RANZCOG Board.


Certification in Urogynaecology (CU)

 

Registration and Prospective Approvals (PA)

All Subspecialty trainees must submit a Registration Form A and Prospective Approval Form B, 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.​

General Training Documents

For Supervisors and Assessors

NEW!  Scholarly Elective (Commencing 2021)

Effective 1 February 2021, the previously named 'Research Project' will now be called the Scholarly Elective.
Within the Scholarly Elective there are two options: 

  • Research Stream (previously named 'Research Project')  CGO, CMFM, COGU, CREI and CU trainees 
  • Non-Research Stream (new) CMFM 1st and 2nd year trainees only (2021 training year)

Click here for the Scholarly Elective Research Stream forms and information

Directly Observed Procedural Skills (DOPS)

Research-based Discussion (RbD)

Post Year 3 Clinical Training Forms
Registration Form is required to be submitted no later than 31 January every year Post Year 3 Clinical Training - Progress Report is required to be submitted by trainees who have completed all clinical training requirements.  This form must be completed if the trainee has one or more or the following to satisfactorily be completed: Scholarly Elective (Research and Non-Research Streams), Written Examination and/or Oral Examination.

Extended Leave Application

Certification Application

This form must only be submitted after you have received acknowledgement from the College that you have met all the Subspecialty trianing program requirements.

This application must be completed, signed and fees paid  prior to being submitted to the relevant committee for approval. 
A trainee must not identify themselves as a Specialist until all training requiremend are satisfactorily completed including Scholarly Elective and Examinations and have been certified by the RANZCOG Board.


 

More information

For more information relating to the five Subspecialties Training Programs please contact:

 

CGO and CU
Jennifer Keating, Coordinator
Email: [email protected]
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9412 2997


CMFM and COGU
Lisa Grayson, Coordinator
Email:  [email protected]
Email:  [email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9412 2990


CREI
Sophie Swanton, Coordinator
Email[email protected]
Phone: +61 3 9114  3926

Section menu

MEDIA CENTRE

News

Dr Pieter Mourik (AM)

Being recognised in the Australia Day honours was a highlight for this rural medicine advocate.
 

20/09/2021

News

RANZCOG urges all practitioners to help pregnant women get vaccinated

RANZCOG urges all practitioners to heed the advice issued by RANZCOG and ATAGI which recommends that pregnant women are routinely offered Pfizer or Moderna mRNA vaccine at any stage of pregnancy.

17/09/2021

News

EOI: eLearning content reviewers

As women’s healthcare evolves rapidly, RANZCOG is keen to ensure its eLearning programs and modules meet member expectations and education standards.

13/09/2021