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The FACEM Training Program is for medical practitioners who wish to specialise in emergency medicine. Successful completion qualifies practitioners for registration as a Specialist Emergency Physician in Australia and New Zealand and the award of Fellowship of the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine.
The information in the below documents provide an overview of the changes to the FACEM Training Program and Site Accreditation Classification System.
FACEM Training Program
Accredited Site Classification
FACEM Training Program Accreditation - Training Stage 4
FACEM Training Program - Definition of a Fellow for Paediatric EDs
More detailed information about the structure of the program can be accessed via the tiles below.
Trainees in the FACEM Training Program can complete their training at a range of different sites that are accredited and approved as suitable for both ED and Non-ED training.
In 2018, we introduced a standards-based selection process to actively select doctors into the FACEM Training Program. Here you can find all the information you need about the application process.
The FACEM Training Program comprises four Training Stages, each of which must be completed before progressing to the next.
The FACEM Training Program assessments underscore each of the eight domains of the ACEM Curriculum Framework.
The FACEM Training Program involves sitting both a Primary and a Fellowship Examination.
The Curriculum Framework is your performance rule book for all stages of the FACEM Training Program
FACEM Trainees Enrolled from 2022
FACEM Training Program Regulations for FACEM Trainees Enrolled from 2022