- College Strategic Priorities
- Current Radiodiagnosis Curriculum
- Radiology Assessments in the Current Training Program
- Current Radiation Oncology Curriculum
- Radiation Oncology Assessments in the Current Training Program
- Radiation Oncology Application and Training Forms
- New Zealand Branch
- Radiology Application and Training Forms
- Trainee Selection Review
The main focus of the Training, Assessment and Accreditation team is to provide world standard educational, training and assessment programs which equip Fellows, trainees and members with the knowledge and skills to practise radiology and radiation oncology at the highest standards throughout their working life.
In 1998, the Australian Medical Council (AMC) undertook to review all specialist medical training programs in Australia due to growing complaints that these programs did not follow modern pedagogical principles.
The College has produced a curriculum document outlining the structure of each of the programs, including the knowledge and skills the College expects trainees to develop throughout the training program.
The College has produced an Assessment Guide and conducts bi-annual workshops for our trainers (Directors of Training and Clinical Supervisors). Additionally, further resources are available to facilitate the delivery of effective teaching and assessment.
Exam and Assessment Review Project
In late 2014 the College commissioned a review of its assessment and examination processes for Fellowship training.
For Fellowships and General enquiries:
Ms Kate Berry
Administration Assistant, Speciality Training
Phone: + 61 2 9268 9718
For All Trainees, TIMS and DOT's enquiries:
Ms Nicola Bryce
Project Officer, Specialty Training (Radiology)
Phone: + 61 2 9268 9758
For Exam enquiries:
Ms Madeleine Bromhead
E-Exams Officer, Specialty Training
Phone: +61 2 9268 9762
Ms Julia Snedic
Senior Education Officer, Specialty Training (Radiation Oncology)
Phone: +61 2 9268 9710
Fax: +61 2 9268 9799