Course learning outcomes
By completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Appraise why a culture of respect matters
2. Evaluate behaviours that support respectful environments
3. Recognise the importance of resilience in maintaining respectful interactions
4. Practise how to address unacceptable behaviours.
Are you eligible for this course?
This course is compulsory for Surgical Supervisors and Committee Members.
It is also available to Fellows and Specialist International Medical Graduates (SIMGs) who are either Members of RACS or of other Colleges.
Note: You are not eligible to attend this course if you are not a Fellow or SIMG.
Mode of delivery: Face-to-face 1-day course Duration: 1 day (7 hours)
Delivery dates and times
Time: All courses run from 8:15am – 4:00pm local time
Dates and locations:
|Saturday 2 March 2024||Melbourne, VIC|
|Thursday 21 March 2024||Perth, WA|
|Saturday 4 May 2024||Sydney, NSW|
|Saturday 8 June 2024||Brisbane, QLD|
|Saturday 27 July 2024||Sydney, NSW|
|Saturday 10 August 2024||Wellington, AoNZ|
|Saturday 7 September 2024||Brisbane, QLD|
|Saturday 26 October 2024||Sydney, NSW|
|Saturday 16 November 2024||Melbourne, VIC|
RACS Members (Fellows or SIMGs): A$400 or NZ$430 (fully refundable if course is attended)
Note: This fee will be refunded in full after attendance at the course is confirmed. Non-attendance will incur the registration fee in full. Withdrawal from the course will be subject to the Professional Development Fees and Refunds Regulation.
RACS Non-members (Fellows or SIMGs of other Colleges): A$650 or NZ$700 (non-refundable, even if course is attended)
Note: Withdrawal from the course will be subject to the Professional Development Fees and Refunds Regulation. The fee is not refundable after attendance at the course is confirmed.
Completing this course will entitle participants to 7 CPD points.
Main RACS competencies addressed
- Collaboration and teamwork
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