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Trainees who enrolled in the EMC Training Program prior to 1 February 2021 will remain in the current program; and will not transition to the revised EMC Training Program. Current EMC trainees will continue to complete the assessments and requirements of the current program within the maximum two year timeframe of their original date of enrolment in the EMC. The EMC Online Examination will remain in its current format for the next two examinations being held on 27 November 2020 and 26 March 2021 only. College staff will contact trainees about the changes to the exam format which will apply after the EMC exam on 26 March 2021.

EMC trainees are required to complete the following program components:

  • Six full-time equivalent (FTE) months in Emergency Medicine (ED).
  • Workplace-Based Assessments:
    • Five Mini-Clinical Evaluation Exercises.
    • Six Direct Observation of Procedural Skills.
    • Two Case-based Discussions.
    • Procedural Checklist.
  • 10 Written ED Case Reflections.
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advanced Life Support (ALS) courses.
  • Three EMC Online Learning Modules.
  • Online EMC MCQ Exam.

All course components must be completed within two years from your enrolment date.

  • ED Training
  • ED Training Sites
  • Approved EMC Supervisor
  • Regulations
  • EMC Program Fee
  • Further Information

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