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. This is typically the AGES Annual Scientific Meeting, however the 2021 interviews will be conducted virtually on Saturday 13th March 2021.

Please see below for further details and click the below button to submit your application.

If you have any queries please email

2022/2023 Training Positions

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