ANZCA representatives support the College’s activities in critical training and supervisory roles. These supervisory roles include regional education officers, formal project officers, rotational supervisors, supervisors of training and module supervisors.
The table below provides links to the list of ANZCA representatives in each of the jurisdictions in which the College oversees training in ANZCA-accredited facilities.
|Australian Capital Territory||Tasmania||New Zealand|
|New South Wales
|South Australia/ Northern Territory||Malaysia|
Please inform ANZCA of any changes by emailing:SOT@anzca.edu.au
Regional and national education officers occupy an important position in ANZCA's educational network. They provide liaison between trainees, supervisors of training, their regional committee and the central administration of the College.
For details of the roles and responsibilities of regional education officers please refer to ANZCA professional document TE4: Policy on Duties of Regional Education Officers in Anaesthesia.
Rotational supervisors coordinate the training of ANZCA trainees among the various hospitals within their rotation. They liaise with the heads of department of ANZCA-accredited training sites regarding the rotation of trainees in order to ensure that individual training requirements are met.
For details of the roles and responsibilities of the rotational supervisors please refer to section 2.4 of ANZCA professional document TE10: Recommendations for Vocational Training Programs.
Supervisor of training
Supervisors of training are ANZCA's representatives on training in anaesthesia in its approved sites. They have a broad understanding and experience in College activities and provide liaison between registered trainees and hospital authorities on matters related to training, as well as with regional education officers and the central administration of the College.
For details of the roles and responsibilities of supervisors of training please refer to ANZCA professional document TE5: Policy for Supervisors of Training in Anaesthesia.
Formal project officer
Formal project officers are appointed in each ANZCA region to assess formal projects submitted by trainees.
For details of the requirements and guidelines of the formal project, please refer to ANZCA professional document TE11: Formal Project Guidelines.
Module supervisors are generally ANZCA Fellows with a broad understanding of, and experience in, the contents of the modules they supervise. They work with both the trainee and the supervisor of training to ensure that the trainee gains the required clinical experience and knowledge required of an anaesthetists within each specialised area.
For details of the roles and responsibilities of module supervisors please refer to ANZCA professional document TE2: Policy on Vocational Training Modules and Module Supervision.