This hub has been designed for educators participating in the ANZCA, FPM and DHM training programs to identify suitable support resources.
Spotlight: SOT induction course
This course is designed to be an interactive guide for new supervisors of training orientating themselves to the role and consists of the following modules:
Key things every SOT should know and do
These are the essential documents for training in anaesthesia leading to FANZCA, and accreditation of facilities to deliver this curriculum.
Supervisors of Training Toolkits
As a supervisor of training, you play a vital role in the training, assessment, and welfare of your trainees and should have a broad understanding of the training program as well as an experience in faculty activities.
Anaesthesia supervisors of training toolkit [college website]
Pain Medicine supervisors of training toolkit [college website]
Mechanisms for supporting trainee
These guidelines are to be used by supervisors of training (SOT) to document a meeting for the trainee support process (TSP).
Understanding professionalism and managing communication
This section has a framework for understanding professionalism and performance as it applies to the practice of anaesthesia as well as a course to improve your capacity to hold a feedback conversation.
Responding to bullying, discrimination & sexual harassment
This policy describes the behaviour expected of all fellows, trainees, specialist international medical graduates (SIMGs) and other volunteers acting on behalf of the college.
These resources can be useful to assist you look after yourself and others.
Wellbeing: Overview + SIG resources [library guide]
Resources for clinicians in Australia and New Zealand, to assist you in viewing cultural perspectives in workplace interactions.
Library resources & support
A list of curated e-books to help support the Supervisors of Training.
A list of guides specifically designed to support SOTs, and training and education.
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