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Training Programs of Excellence: Institution or Individual. 12 th July 2013 Dr Mark Owen and Dr Peter Bennett Training & Credentials Committee. Board of Examiners. Training & Credentials Committee Dr T Muurlink , K Briscoe, P Bennett, G Musk. Review of Training Program Documents

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training programs of excellence institution or individual

Training Programs of Excellence:Institution or Individual

12th July 2013

Dr Mark Owen and Dr Peter Bennett

Training & Credentials Committee

board of examiners
Board of Examiners
  • Training & Credentials Committee

Dr T Muurlink, K Briscoe, P Bennett, G Musk

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Review of Training Program Documents

  • Continual review of Training requirements
  • Modified Activity Log Summary – reduced reporting requirements without compromising integrity of program
  • Driven by Chapters
  • Wish to provide Programs of Excellence
training programs of excellence
Training Programs of Excellence
  • Institution or Individual ?
aims of training programs
Aims of Training Programs
  • Prepare a candidate for Fellowship examination
  • Achieve the minimum requirement for specialist registration
  • Train specialists in the relevant field
do programs achieve their role
Do Programs Achieve Their Role?
  • Candidates pass the examination
  • Candidates can register as a specialist
  • How do you assess someone working as a specialist?
reviewing programs
Reviewing Programs
  • Submission of a proposal by an individual that is scrutinised by TCC
  • Approval of an institution to train individuals in nominated specialities
  • Combination of both
approving the institution
Approving the Institution
  • Candidate’s perspective
    • Less paperwork initially
    • When applies for position knows approved
    • No difference in case log requirements
    • No difference in publication requirements
    • Annual reports submitted to college
    • If program altered can be placed on probation, but does not affect candidate unless no supervisor
approving the institution1
Approving the Institution
  • Supervisor/Institution’s perspective
    • More paperwork
    • Increased appeal to resident candidates
    • Requirement to maintain minimum staffing levels
    • Scrutiny by the college
      • Annual reports
      • Visits
      • Review of examination pass rates
approving the institution2
Approving the Institution
  • College/BoE/TCC’s perspective
    • More detailed and formulaic guidelines
    • Regular review of guidelines and programs
    • Monitoring of adherence to program
      • Site visits
      • Review of outcomes
    • Increase in efficiency when large numbers of candidates
approving the individual
Approving the Individual
  • Candidate’s perspective
    • More paperwork initially
    • Option of alternative program
    • When accepts offer of position does not know if program will be approved
    • No change case log requirement
    • No change publication requirement
    • Annual reports to college
    • Continuation reliant on presence of supervisor
approving the individual1
Approving the individual
  • Supervisor/Institution’s perspective
    • Less paperwork
    • Less scrutiny by college
    • Less attractive to resident applicant
    • More flexibility with staffing as long as approved by college
approving the individual2
Approving the Individual
  • College/BoE/TCC’s perspective
    • More paperwork to review (candidate numbers)
    • Less efficient for large numbers
    • Guidelines can be a bit less rigorous
    • Regular review of guidelines
    • How to assess program?
      • Outcomes are individual
      • Site visits?
which meets the aims best
Which Meets the Aims Best?
  • No clear answers
  • Both have good and bad
  • Neither allows assessment of long term outcomes of candidates
  • Large numbers tend to force into institutional approval
  • Is a blend the best option?