The FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive & Sexual Health for Doctors is awarded on successful completion of both the theoretical and clinical aspects of the course.
The 5-day theory course is nationally accredited and has a standardised assessment included in the course. 40 RACGP QI&CPD points (category 1) are applicable on successful completion of this course.
*Please note: while Intra-Uterine Devices (IUDs) and contraceptive implants are covered as a topic in this course, this does not include IUD or implant insertion training. For further information go to IUD Insertion Training and Implanon NXT Insertion Training.
Clinical training is done after the 5-day theory course. The sessions are direct hands-on training at SHINE SA clinics, with support from senior SHINE SA clinicians. We are a secondary referral centre for men’s and women’s sexual and reproductive health. The clinics will extend your practical skills and knowledge. 40 QI&CPD points (category 1) are applicable on successful completion of the clinical sessions.
NB: At least one year of postgraduate experience in Australia is required. Participants should have an interest in reproductive and sexual health and preferably have some basic experience in gynaecological examination. Participants should also be currently working in a field which will allow them to reinforce their clinical training, such as General Practice or O&G.
Theory training is applied for on the assumption of the above and clinical sessions can be refused or terminated due to lack of basic competency.
$1800: 5-day theory course (includes a copy of Contraception: an Australian clinical practice handbook).
$770: 3-day bridging course
Only applicable upon completion of 2-day Introductory course within 12 months of the date of the bridging course.
$1000: Clinical Placement (7 to 9 sessions)
Only applicable upon completion of the full Certificate course within last 12 months
Click here to apply for clinical training.