Course learning outcomes

By completing this course, you will be able to:
1. Define feedback and dialogic feedback
2. Describe the principles of effective feedback
3. Identify the impact of trust on effective feedback
4. Identify a model of feedback
5. Participate in a feedback dialogue
6. Recognise verbal and non-verbal impacts on a feedback dialogue
7. Identify how to seek feedback.

Are you eligible for this course?

This course is suitable and recommended for Trainees.

Delivery mode

Mode of delivery: Online
Duration: 1 hour


Delivery dates

Course commences at the start of each month. You will have 30 days to complete the course. 

Start Date End Date
Friday 1 December 2023 Saturday 30 December 2023
Thursday 1 February 2024 Friday 1 March 2024
Friday 1 March 2024 Saturday 30 March 2024
Monday 1 April 2024 Tuesday 30 April 2024
Wednesday 1 May 2024 Thursday 30 May 2024
Saturday 1 June 2024 Sunday 30 June 2024
Monday 1 July 2024 Tuesday 30 July 2024
Thursday 1 August 2024 Friday 30 August 2024
Sunday 1 September 2024 Monday 30 September 2024
Tuesday 1 October 2024 Wednesday 30 October 2024
Friday 1 November 2024 Saturday 30 November 2024


Course fees


This course is free for SET Trainees and SIMGS within the College.


  • Free for SET Trainees and SIMGS within the College.
  • A$60 or NZ$65 for non-members of the College.

Cancellation Policy


CPD points

Completing this course may entitle you to 1 CPD point. Please note, for RACS SET Trainees your CPD is covered in your training. See here for further information. 


Main RACS competencies addressed

  • Communication 
  • Health advocacy
  • Professionalism

Course references

Course references are available from the RACS library (login required).


The original course development was partially funded by the Australian Government Department of Health through the Specialist Training Program (STP).


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