Supervisory roles

ANZCA representatives support the College’s activities in critical training and supervisory roles. The table below provides links to the list of ANZCA supervisors of training and education officers in each of the jurisdictions in which the College oversees training in ANZCA-accredited facilities.


Australian Capital Territory Tasmania New Zealand
New South Wales  Victoria Hong Kong
Queensland Western Australia Singapore
South Australia and Northern Territory   Malaysia

Please inform ANZCA of any changes by

Key resources and tips - for supervisors of training


Details on the supervisory roles involved in the delivery of the ANZCA training program are outlined in the Handbook for Training specific to the training region.


Australia and New Zealand The ANZCA Handbook for Training
Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia   The ANZCA Handbook for Training and Accreditation in the Affiliated Training Regions 

Additional supervisory roles in the delivery of the 2004 curriculum for Australian and New Zealand training are:


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 supervisor 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.


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