Publications, Forms and Templates

The following publications and forms are useful to those involved in prevocational education and training or accreditation.

The Director of Prevocational Education and Training (DPET) Guide provides further information to assist and support Directors of Prevocational Education and Training in this important role.

  • The Mid-Term Appraisal Form is completed by the JMO and their supervisor, after supervisor discussions with other staff working with the JMO, at the mid-way point of each term.
  • The End of Term Assessment Form is completed by the JMO and their supervisor, after supervisor discussions with other staff working with the JMO, at the end of each term.
  • The Improving Performance Action Plan form (IPAP) is used to aid in documenting the remediation process for JMOs. This form is to be completed by supervisors in consultation with the DPET to address identified issues that require remediation.

The JMO Managers Guide provides JMO Managers with the information and resources needed to guide the development of JMOs as they hone their skills and knowledge.

The Trainee in Difficulty Guide is a practical handbook designed to help Directors of Prevocational Education and Training (DPETs) deal with prevocational trainees who are experiencing difficulties.

  • A trainee who requires additional support. Some trainees might self-identify as needing additional support or assistance. In other instances, you might be approached by a senior colleague who raises concerns with you about your performance.
  • Are you concerned about a colleague Junior doctors are generally very astute at identifying peers who are struggling. Occasionally some individuals may work in ways that pose a serious risk to themselves, patients or colleagues.

The Network Principle for Prevocational Medical Training Guide is addressed to directors of education and training and others responsible for managing prevocational training networks this guide describes a learning model and a network model) for prevocational medical education and training in New South Wales. It also describes the structures governing the network system from the State level to the training sites.

The Doctor's Compass will assist junior doctors to negotiate their way through the maze of challenges that junior doctors face every day.

The goal of the HETI Medical Superguide is to help supervisors deliver: safe and quality patient care through performance monitoring; increased learning and knowledge; and the welfare of the junior clinician.

The Prevocational Education and Training Accreditation Standards set out the standards for facilities providing prevocational medical education and training. It provides information that supports the standards and clearly sets out the expectations HETI has for how the accreditation standards should be met.

The HETI Accreditation Procedure details the procedures which underpin the HETI Accreditation Program.

Prevocational Accreditation - A Guide for Surveyors. This document is a Guide for Surveyors on the HETI accreditation survey process.

Unified Education Series for PGY1. The Unified Education Series was created by the JMO Forum. The topics listed are ordered so that common clinical problems are dealt with during the first part of the year, and to ensure that trainees rotating through hospitals will not miss crucial sessions.

The Intern Training - Start of Term Form is designed to help facilitate orientation and the first discussion between and intern and Supervisor. It should be completed in the first week of commencing a new term.

The Annual Report on Accreditation Status template is required to completed and submitted by Providers for their annual report each year on the anniversary of their accreditation (excluding years when the Provider has a survey).

The Prevocational Training Term Evaluation Form is designed to gain feedback from trainees on the quality of individual terms.