Current Training Program
The current Radiation Oncology Training Program, introduced from 1 December 2008, is a five-year program conducted in two phases:
- Phase 1 of between 18-24 months duration;
- Phase 2 of approximately 36-42 months duration (depending on the trainee’s progress through Phase 1).
For trainees in the current Radiation Oncology Training Program (entering from 1 December 2008):
- All curriculum content is assessable and or examinable.
- All must complete the full five years of training
- All must meet the assessment requirements (formative and summative) of the current Radiation Oncology Training Program.
The requirements of the current program are contained in the RANZCR Radiation Oncology Training Program Curriculum, which can be viewed or downloaded as a complete document or in sections.
General Information for Trainees
You will find general information for trainees entering the current Radiation Oncology Training Program.
Trainees commencing in the current training program will be mailed a Learning Portfolio. The portfolio is used across the whole training program to compile a documentary record of learning and activities, helping to demonstrate that the specified skills and knowledge of a radiation oncologist have been acquired.
For detailed information on assessment tools for the current Radiation Oncology Training Program.