Training Post Accreditation
The Board of Urology is responsible for the inspection and accreditation of all SET Urology training posts within Australia and New Zealand, ensuring that hospitals and training posts provide learning environments which facilitate the training of safe and competent surgeons.
The accreditation criteria are based around seven core educational, clinical and governance standards essential to providing quality training in a range of clinical contexts. The standards have been produced to provide an environment in which trainees can acquire the requisite competencies identified as necessary by the Board of Urology.
Access the SET Urology Training Post Accreditation Regulations
Applications for Accreditation
Hospitals seeking accreditation/reaccreditation of a SET Urology Training Post must complete 2 application forms both of which need to be endorsed by a senior member of Hospital Administration and the Training Supervisor.
- Download the Training Post Accreditation Form - Administration and Facilities which focusses on hospital infrastructure
- Download the Training Post Accreditation Form - Extent of Training which focusses on quantifying the training
Please direct any enquiries about Training Post Accreditation via email to the USANZ Education & Training Manager.