FACEM Training Program: Regulation B
These regulations should be read in conjunction with all relevant College policies and guidelines and FACEM Training Handbook.
Supporting Trainees in difficulty Policy
This policy sets out what ‘in difficulty’ means in the context of the FACEM Training Program. It defines the principles applicable to the trainee, the Director of Emergency Medicine Training (DEMT) and the College when a difficulty is identified, and the roles and responsibilities of the parties involved.
Guidelines for involving a support person in a feedback meeting
The purpose of these guidelines is to provide advice about the involvement and management of a support person before, during and after feedback meetings between a trainee and a Director of Emergency Medicine Training (DEMT), Supervisor, or Assessor, should one be used.
Progression and Remediation Policy
This policy sets out the requirements for progression and remediation in the FACEM Training Program.
Special Consideration and Exceptional Circumstances Policy
This policy applies to a range of individuals, and outlines the criteria and processes by which those subject to ACEM regulations and/or policies may apply for special consideration on the grounds of exceptional circumstances, and the grounds on which such applications may be made.
Reconsideration, Review and Appeals Policy
The College seeks to provide appropriate support to its trainees while also affording natural justice / procedural fairness in circumstances where an individual is dissatisfied with a College decision. There are a range of mechanisms available to individuals seeking to address a decision with which they are dissatisfied.