Welcome to the ᰮ CPD Home

The ᰮ Continuing Professional Development (CPD) program promotes a reflective approach to lifelong learning, and provides guidance on upskilling and identifying knowledge gaps. This approach supports the College’s vision of delivering excellence in women’s healthcare at all stages in life.

Join our CPD Home

Are you a registered doctor in Australia seeking a CPD home?

The ᰮ CPD program

Explore our program, including information on CPD hours and domains, mandatory requirements, fees, support, and any planned program updates.

And check if you’re eligible to join!

Our CPD framework

The ᰮ CPD program connects you with learning and development opportunities that are relevant to your daily practice, and support your continuous improvement in areas relevant to cultural safety, professionalism and ethics.

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Associates (Procedural and Adv. Procedural) and Certificants

Are you a doctor who has completed the PTP, APTP and/or CWH?


CPD affiliates in Australia

Are you a registered doctor with an interest in women’s health?


CPD affiliates in Aotearoa New Zealand

Are you a vocationally registered doctor with a postgraduate O&G qualification?

Or a provisionally registered doctor needing evidence of CPD participation?

For clinicians 21 September 2023

Leadership for Clinicians Program

Learn more about this exciting new professional development program for O&G specialists in rural and remote areas.

Program-level CPD requirements

Find out about the CPD requirements relating to cultural safety, health equity, ethical practice and professionalism​

Please click the relevant link below according to your location of practice.

PARTICIPATION AND COMPLIANCE

WORKSHOPS, PROGRAMS AND eLEARNING

EVENTS CALENDAR

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