This is a Stream 1 module and is designed for doctors that have never successfully completed the Stream 1 module and do not hold this accreditation.
You MUST also have enrolled in the Core (Stream 1) to become an assessor in this module. Click here to book the Core Stream 1 module.
Successful completion of the module will actually lead to awarding of one accreditation.
If you have already successfully completed this module and you want to undertake continuing education, please enrol in Haematopoietic System Update (Stream 2)
This is a Stream 1 module and it’s designed for doctors that have never successfully completed the Stream 1 module and do not hold these accreditations. Accreditation requires you to attend the session as well as successfully completing the module assessment.
Successful completion of the module will lead to awarding of one accreditation:
If you have already successfully completed the Stream 1 module and you want to undertake continuing education, please enrol in Hematopoietic System update (Stream 2).
This module covers the evaluation criteria from Chapter 7 of the Guides (the Haematopoietic System) but also covers and additional set prescribed Guidelines for assessing Occupational Infectious Diseases.
The module includes:
The Online training mode consists of:
Access to interactive content: It provides information of the role of the permanent impairment assessor, methods of assessment & definitions. A number of case studies will be provided for the participant self-study.
Supported learning: Facilitators can be contacted through the Learning Management System in regards content of the module, the role of the permanent impairment assessor, methods of assessment & definitions. If you have queries in regards marking, assessment task due date and general information, please use the contact us section of this website to address your enquiry.
Assessment Task: The competency-based assessment is to be completed in the attendee’s own time after enrolment into the training module. The assessment task is available in the Learning Management System. The participant will receive instructions about how to access the platform after booking into the module. The assessment task must be completed within 4 weeks from the enrolment date, and submitted for marking through the Learning Management System. Assessments will be marked within 2 weeks of the Assessment due date. The assessment must be completed and deemed satisfactory in order to complete the module.
Registrations open on Tuesday 15th February 2022
Registrations close on Monday 30th May 2022
If you need support in navigating through our Learning Management system, please contact 03 9940 4893 for assistance. Alternatively you can refer to the Learner Guide How to use the IAT Vic Portal portal here