Becoming an AGES Trainee

AGES is proud to be at the forefront of training in advanced endoscopic training on a global perspective.

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How to become an AGES Trainee

The AGES Accredited Training Program (AATP) is a two-year training program in advanced gynaecological endoscopy to facilitate endoscopic training in Australia and New Zealand. This program, the result of a decade of collaboration between AGES, RANZCOG, leading clinicians, trainees and researchers throughout Australia and New Zealand, provides a template for the standardisation of training in advanced endoscopic surgery.

Applications for Trainee Positions - Closed

Applications for AGES interviews for 2022-2023 Trainee Positions in the AGES Accredited Training Program are now closed. Applications for 2023-2024 positions will open in November 2021.

Applications closed (2022-2023 positions): 5pm AEST, Friday, 12th February 2021
Applications open (2023-2024 positions): November 2021

Please note: Interviews will be held annually at the first AGES event of the year. In 2022 this will be the AGES Annual Scientific Meeting to be held in Melbourne, Australia, from 9 - 12 March 2022.

If you have any queries please email

2022/2023 Training Positions

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