Available to: FRANZCOG Trainees, Fellows, Subspecialist, Diplomates, DRANZCOG ADV and DRANZCOG Trainees
– The CET is a pre-requisite to the Foundation Supervisor Training Program. This program establishes the standards expected of RANZCOG Supervisors and provides an opportunity for new Supervisors to expand their knowledge and skills in teaching and education
Part 1 introduces learners to the principles of adult learning theory and strategies that support teaching and learning in the clinical environment.
Part 2 focuses on principles and strategies to support those involved in the education and training of others in the workplace.
– Simulation is essentially one of many tools in an educator’s toolbox. When used effectively simulation-based education can result in powerful learning experiences.
This module is intended to be a resource for both educators and learners who are interested in using simulation in O&G education.
Available to: Supervisor for DRANZCOG and FRANZCOG
Available to: All Cohorts
– Even when you are an experienced presenter, creating and facilitating a workshop can seem intimidating. With some careful planning and preparation, an effective RANZCOG workshop can give attendees the opportunity to learn new skills and knowledge in an engaging and enjoyable way.
Available to: Course offered for free (self enrolment enabled)
– Giving an oral presentation at a scientific meeting is a great way to advance your medical career. The prospect of presenting your original work to colleagues and peers may be intimidating, and it can be difficult to know how to approach it.
It is important to remember that although it may be daunting, an oral presentation is one of the best ways to get your work out there, and so should be looked upon as an exciting and invaluable opportunity.1