All Supervisors must be approved by the College. Nominations can be made by submitting an application form and a CV. Please note that all submissions must satisfy the requirements as listed in The Role of the Supervisors of Training in Intensive Care Medicine and the application must be completed by the Director of the Unit.
Supervisor of Training Nomination Form
College trainees are required to have a nominated Supervisor during each non intensive care component of the training program.
The main assessment tool used by Supervisors is the In-Training Evaluation Report (ITER). The ITER is a valuable assessment tool that facilitates the ongoing education of trainees. At the end of each accredited period of training, Supervisors (in conjunction with their colleagues) are expected to submit a completed ITER to the College, providing evidence of the trainee’s progress towards developing basic level competencies in that speciality.
For further infomation or queries, please contact the Training Department.
SOT Workshop 1: Taking place over two half days on Zoom, they will be divided into workshop 1.1 (March 23rd) and 1.2 (May 25th). Please head to those dates in the Calendar below to register for each session. You will need to attend both sessions to experience the full-day course.
SOTs should enrol in both sessions in order to meet the mandatory training requirement for the role.
Save the date for Tuesday October 26th 2021 – Travel restrictions dependant we will aim to hold a full day workshop in Adelaide. Details to come in 2021.
Please hover over the dates for more details and to register via Zoom.
Supervisor of Training FAQs
Yes. The Supervisor must sign all applications in order for training to be accredited.
The Supervisor of Training is a designated representative in units accredited for training. The Supervisor provides liaison between trainees and both the hospital authorities (in respect of matters related to training) and the College.
The primary role of the Supervisor is to provide formative assessments (feedback via meetings, regular assessments and observations) and a summative assessment (feedback via the ITER) for each trainee.
Supervisors will also often act as mentors for the trainees and provide guidance on future training, employment and assist with any personal or professional issues.
Supervisors are strongly encouraged to familiarise themselves with the College process for dealing with trainees experiencing difficulty. The College training document named T-13 Guidelines for Assisting Trainees With Difficulties outlines the appropriate steps.
The College also has designated staff to answer any direct queries from Supervisors and trainees regarding performance.
For a private and confidential discussion, please contact Daniel Angelico; firstname.lastname@example.org