Trainees are advised, in accordance with the Paediatric Surgery Training Program regulations, that these forms are compulsory for all Trainees to complete. It is the Trainee's responsibility to ensure that assessment reports are submitted to the Executive Officer, Board of Paediatric Surgery by the due dates as published in the training calendar.
It is the Trainee's responsibility to ensure the correct assessment forms are being used. Please download the required forms and discard any older versions. Trainees and Surgical Supervisors will be notified of any necessary updates to these forms.
360 Degree Evaluation Form (PDF 62.07KB)
Early SET Assessment Form (PDF 236.95KB)
Mid-SET Assessment Form (PDF 235.32KB)
Mini-CEX Form (PDF 209.95KB)
MOUSE Form (PDF 315.58KB)
Progressive Non-Operative Logbook (DOC 399KB)
Senior SET Assessment Form (PDF 240.28KB)
Early SET One Assessment Plan Record (PDF 268.19KB)
Trainee Self Reflection and Goal Planning Form (DOCX 41.56KB)
Structured Learning Cycle (SLC) Template (DOCX 24.62KB)
Fellowship Exam (FEX) Sign Off Form (PDF 118.57KB)
Guidelines and instructions
Directed Online Group Studies (DOGS)
One of the assessment tasks is completion of DOGS, the Directed Online Group Studies which has been designed to encourage discussion and understanding of management plans related to clinical paediatric surgical problems and are based on the curriculum modules.
Access DOGS at the link below (log in required).
Critical Appraisal Task (CATs)
One of the assessment tasks is completion of CATs. A CAT will enable you to address clinical questions using the best available evidence. It is based on the framework used in the written components of the Fellowship Examination.
Access CATS at the link below (log in required).
From the commencement of SET, Trainees will maintain a logbook by using the MALT system according to RACS processes. Data entry should not be delayed more than four weeks at any one time, and must be completed and submitted to the Board at the conclusion of each rotation. MALT can be accessed via the RACS Portfolio.
Please refer to the Paediatric Surgery Training Regulations for further information.