Training in aerospace medicine is the responsibility of the Education Committee, chaired by Dr Craig Schramm, and comprising the Teaching and Learning sub-committee chaired by Dr Rob Kennedy, and the Assessment sub-committee.
See details below related to the approved curriculum for training, as well as information about the Teaching and Learning sub-committee and the Assessment sub-committee. Steps to apply for Fellowship or training:
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Download and complete the Training Site Accreditation Form and Supervisor Accreditation Form to submit with your online application.
The curriculum has been prepared by the Assessment sub-committee in consultation with the Education Committee.
Version 1 of the College training curriculum is now available in pdf format for trainees. It can be accessed via the link on this page. The curriculum is closely aligned with that of the College of Physicians particularly in Domain 8 “Professional Qualities of a Specialist”.
Each Domain of the curriculum covers the main competencies required of a specialist in aerospace medicine. This curriculum contains broad learning objectives which can be used as guidance for advanced trainees in the preparation for the final exam.
For further information, contact the Assessments Subcommittee, via the secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching and Learning
The Teaching and Learning sub-committee is chaired by Dr Rob Kennedy, under the Education Committee chaired by Dr Craig Schramm.
The College training programme will facilitate supervised progression through defined competencies in aerospace medicine, with regular summative and formative assessments over a four year period.
The training programme is flexible, and tailored to accommodate individuals’ circumstances. It is expected that a Registrar working in a setting with a reasonable exposure to aerospace medicine could meet the competencies and assessments from any location in Australasia.
The Assessment sub-committee works under the direction of the Education Committee.
Assessment of competence is continuous throughout training, and is based on satisfactory performance in the following:
Candidates granted Advanced Trainee status may have to complete selected assessments and/or the exit examination, determined on a case by case basis.
For more information about assessment, please refer to the College Training Manual and the Curriculum of Training.
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