2013 training program
The 2013 anaesthesia training program has been designed in line with recommendations from a curriculum review, which began in 2008. The curriculum, handbook and regulation outline all components of the training program. ANZCA's training portfolio system has been developed for trainees and supervisors to record and track all components of training.
Information about the revised curriculum is relevant only to Australian and New Zealand Fellows, new trainees and trainees transitioning to the revised curriculum
Training portfolio system (TPS)
The training portfolio system can be accessed by using your College username and password at:
To ensure that users have access to the latest version of the ANZCA Handbook for Training and Accreditation and the ANZCA training program Curriculum, the version and date of each document appears within. There will be periodic updates to the documents on this page so please consider this if you print any copies. The College only provides these documents online and not in print.
Regulation 37: Training in anaesthesia leading to FANZCA, and accreditation of facilities to deliver this curriculum governs the program and is also now available
Supporting the delivery of training
Teaching and learning cases
A series of teaching and learning cases have been developed for use in conjunction with the 2013 curriculum. The first ten of these cases are now available, with more to come in 2013. For more information on the purpose and scope of the cases, refer to the introduction to teaching and learning cases document.
For more information on the areas that each case covers (ANZCA Roles in Practice, ANZCA Clinical Fundamentals and specialised study units), refer to the teaching and learning case matrix.