How to become a HETI surveyor
Anyone who is either a medical practitioner or someone with current experience in medical education and training with a strong interest in the training of junior doctors can apply to become a HETI surveyor.
By becoming a surveyor you will be making a valuable contribution to ensuring prevocational training in NSW is of a high standard.
Steps to becoming a surveyor:
- Submit your CV, a letter of support from your employer, an expression of interest and the completed Surveyor Application Form to HETIfirstname.lastname@example.org
- The Chair of the Prevocational Accreditation Committee (PAC) will assess your application and HETI staff will contact you regarding the outcome.
- If you are eligible, HETI staff will send you the following documentation:
- As part of the application process, you are required to complete three online modules on My Health Learning.
- Module 1 – Overview of the HETI Prevocational Accreditation Program (Course code: 212407330)
- Module 2 – Prevocational Accreditation Standards and Rating Scale (Course code: 223995463)
- Module 3 – Preparing for a HETI Survey Visit (Course code: 256856246)
You can access the modules by searching for 'Accreditation' in the catalogue. The certificates of completion for each module are to be provided to HETI via email.
- After submitting the certificates of completion you will receive correspondence from HETI advising that you can participate in a survey as a trainee surveyor.
- When you have participated in your first survey as a trainee surveyor you will receive a letter confirming your position as a HETI prevocational accreditation surveyor.
- You will need to participate in at least one more survey as a full team member within the first 12 months of being accredited. After that, you will be assigned to participate in at least one survey every two years.
For information, please contact the HETI Accreditation Team at HETI-Accreditation@health.nsw.gov.au