Courses and programs

Prevocational Education

The Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) is accredited by the Medical Board of Australia as the intern training accreditation authority for New South Wales.HETI's Prevocational Training Program oversees the training of all prevocational trainees in their first two postgraduate years (PGY1 and PGY2) of training with the aim to promote a universally high standard of general clinical training.

Nominations Are Now Open For:

The Geoff Marel Award

In 1999 the Postgraduate Medical Council sought to recognise the significant work of the late Associate Professor Geoff Marel through an annual award. This prestigious award has been continued by HETI in memory of Associate Professor Geoff Marel. This award recognises the work of a DPET, Term Supervisor or Clinician who has made substantial contributions to the education and support of prevocational trainees.

The winner of this award will be the NSW nomination for the Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Councils (CPMEC) Australia & New Zealand Clinical Educator of the Year Award. Nominations for this award are to be made exclusively by Junior Medical Officers (JMO).

The JMO Manager of the Year Award

This award recognises the work of a JMO Manager or Administrator who has made substantial contributions to the education and support of prevocational trainees.

The JMO of the Year Award

This award recognises the work of a JMO who has made substantial contributions to the education and support of prevocational trainees. The winner of this award will be the NSW nomination for the Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Councils (CPMEC) Australia & New Zealand Junior Doctor of the Year Award.

Nominations for each award close on Monday 6 August 2018.

To submit your nomination please complete the appropriate nomination form attached and email this marked CONFIDENTIAL to:

Ms Dawn Webb

Program Coordinator

Email: dawn.webb@health.nsw.gov.au