The Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) is accredited by the Australian Medical Council and approved by the Medical Board of Australia as the intern training accreditation authority for New South Wales.
The HETI Prevocational Accreditation Program implements and monitors standards for the training and welfare of prevocational trainees in their first two postgraduate years (PGY1 and PGY2).
HETI is responsible for ensuring the health services it accredits are compliant with the NSW Prevocational Education and Training Accreditation Standards for prevocational training providers. Its functions include setting standards for education and training and accreditation of institutions for prevocational education and supervision.
- Overview of prevocational accreditation process
- How terms are accredited
- Prevocational Education and Training Accreditation Standards
- Prevocational Accreditation Committee (PAC)
- NSW Prevocational accredited training terms
- NSW Prevocational Training Networks
- How to become a HETI surveyor
- Guide to Survey Evidence
- The Health Education and Training Institute Accreditation Procedure
- Accreditation - A Voice for JMOs
Prevocational Accreditation Committee (PAC) Position Statements
This outlines the PAC’s position on supervision and teaching provided by Prevocational Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) trainees or Junior Medical Officers to medical students.
HETI staff are responsible for different Prevocational Training Networks across NSW. Please check this document to see which network your hospital is in before contacting the appropriate staff member.
|Kathryn Vaughan |
(02) 9844 6553
|Dawn Webb |
|(02) 9844 6554|
|Bradley Klose |
|(02) 9844 6515|
| Stacey Kennaugh |
|(02) 9844 6529|
|Shehzad M |
|(02) 9844 6540|
|(02) 9844 6531|
|(02) 9844 6539|