CPD opportunities: Become a Scholarly Project or a Psychotherapy Written Case examiner
22 Jan 2024
The College is seeking Fellows to support trainees and specialist international medical graduates in their progression to Fellowship in 2024 and beyond. Apply to become an examiner for the Scholarly Project (SP) or Psychotherapy Written Case (PWC) and earn CPD hours for preparation, calibration workshops, and marking of exams.
Examiners play a pivotal role in ensuring a reliable and equitable assessment process, dedicating their expertise on a pro bono basis.
To be eligible, you must:
- Have a minimum of two years as a RANZCP Fellow
- Possess knowledge of the current requirements of the SP and PWC assessment and the principles of the curriculum framework
As an examiner, your responsibilities will include:
- Marking over a 4–6 week period, typically 3 times a year for SP, and 4 times a year for PWC.
- Participating in one annual calibration workshop (3 CPD hours).
- Providing constructive, written feedback to candidates who have not met the requirements.
- Evaluating the reliability and validity of the marking process.
The College will be running online calibration workshops between 6.30–8.00 pm throughout the year.
We look forward to your contribution as an examiner and the valuable insights you will bring to the assessment process. For further information, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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