CPD program requirements
Our CPD program operates on a three-year cycle, beginning 1 January of the first year and concluding on December 31 of the last. All participants will need to complete the CPD plan at the beginning of their triennium, and an evaluation at the end.
If you're practising as a specialist anaesthetist or pain physician in Australia or New Zealand, you need to familiarise yourself with the requirements of the ANZCA CPD Standard.
In each section, please use the eye icon for details on CPD activities or relevant information.
Practice evaluation activities
Knowledge and skills activities
Emergency response activities
CPD requirements for various participants
Participation in alternative programs
Mandatory Compliance Policy
The Mandatory Compliance Policy defines the requirement for fellows of ANZCA, including FPM specialists, to comply with the standard for CPD set by the college.
CPD Mandatory Requirements Policy
Special Consideration Policy
Special consideration can be granted to participants who are unable to meet the minimum CPD requirements due to exceptional circumstances.
CPD Special Consideration Policy
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