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Selection & Training
Training Position Availability
Eligibility for Selection
Podiatric Surgery Clinical Rotations
Application for Registration for Training Position
Interview and Admission
Podiatric Surgery Training Program
Fellowship Training Handbook
Schedule of Fees
The ACPS Training Program has a three-part structure, which takes a minimum of three years of full-time equivalent work to complete (although much of the assessment is competency-based, and so is not necessarily related to a fixed time period). Full-time equivalent is defined as a minimum of 38 hours a week for 48 weeks of a year.
The objectives of the ACPS training Program are to:
These objectives will be achieved through the integration of university-based post-graduate theory and research studies, as well as supervised practical foot and ankle surgical Training Program undertaken by candidates seeking Fellowship of the ACPS.
The ACPS Training Program uses a variety of teaching methods that have both practical and theoretical components. These include (but are not limited to) the following activities and practices:
Throughout the ACPS Training Program, Registrars are assessed on clinical knowledge, clinical skills and professionalism.
There are two separate processes of assessment within the ACPS Training Program. These are:
For further detailed information on the Training Program, please refer to the Fellowship Training Handbook.