The Board of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, RACS is responsible for the inspection and accreditation of all SET OHNS 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 eight 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 OHNS.
- Access the Specialty Specific Hospital Accreditation Requirements for Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery Training Units here
- Access the RACS Accreditation of Hospitals and Posts for Surgical Education and Training Booklet here
Applications for Accreditation
Hospitals seeking accreditation/reaccreditation of a SET OHNS Training Post must complete an application form which need to be endorsed by a senior member of Hospital Administration and the Training Supervisor.
Application for new Hospital post/s accreditation for 2021 (potential 2022 accreditation) is open, noting applications must be completed online and must be submitted no later than 28 February 2021.
Download the OHNS Training Post Accreditation Application Form
The Board will review the Application and may require further consultation or evidentiary documentation. The final step in the process is the Hospital Inspection.
Please direct any enquiries regarding Australian Training Post Accreditation via email to the ASOHNS National Education & Training Manager.
Please direct any enquiries regarding New Zealand Training Post Accreditation via email to the RACS NZ OHNS Executive Offficer.