Becoming an AGES Trainee
AGES is proud to be at the forefront of training in advanced endoscopic training on a global perspective.
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
Applications for AGES interviews for 2021-2022 Trainee Positions in the AGES Accredited Training Program:
Applications open: Friday, 1st November 2019
Applications close: 5pm AEST, Friday, 14th February 2020
Please note: Interviews will be held annually at the AGES Annual Scientific Meeting, to be eligible for an interview, you must be a fully registered delegate of this conference.
Interviews will be held at the AGES Annual Scientific Meeting at the Hyatt Regency, Sydney on Saturday morning 7th March 2020.