Prevocational accreditation process
A range of accreditation processes have been developed to ensure TMOs receive high quality education, training, assessment and support.
The accreditation policy outlines the principles that underpin an open and transparent accreditation system.
The guide to accreditation ensures the accreditation processes are efficient and effective.
The accreditation internal review policy provides a framework to effectively facilitate the accreditation appeals process.
The SA MET Health Advisory Council’s commitment to giving a broad range of stakeholders the opportunity to contribute to accreditation policies and processes are underpinned by the accreditation stakeholder consultation guideline.
Please refer to the accreditation process page.
Click here to to review the SA MET Accreditation Committee meeting dates and associated paper due dates.
Developing a term description
The term description document provides important information to TMOs regarding each rotation. Term supervisors should have considerable input into the content of the term description and are responsible for approving the content. In determining learning objectives, supervisors should refer to the Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors (ACFJD).
Term descriptions may be supplemented by additional information such as clinical protocols that are specifically relevant to that term.
Update a term description with ten questions
This checklist will assist term supervisors reviewing intern and PGY2+ term descriptions.
Core intern terms
In order to complete their internship and achieve general registration with the Medical Board of Australia, interns are required to undertake mandatory or core terms in emergency medical care, medicine and surgery. The requirements of these core terms are outlined in the Australian Medical Council (AMC) – intern training – guidelines for terms.