On this page you will find information about how you can get involved in our work to support and innovate global lifelong learning
To contribute to the strategic development and oversee the quality assurance process of education and training resources, we work with our global membership to deliver programmes of work for all career stages.
Our resources are constantly evolving to ensure we support doctors from foundation to retirement and our education work is vital for the development of future leaders of the profession, which is only possibly with the support of our global membership.
This broad range of work covers:
- Curricula and assessment
- Examinations including the MRCOG and DRCOG exams
- Professional development
- Specialty and subspecialty training
- Courses, events and World Congress
- Our trainee networks
- International accreditation programmes and the MTI scheme
You can find out more about our committees here.
Volunteers are crucial to the smooth running of the MRCOG exams. Each year, we have a large number of opportunities for Fellows and Members to join our various exams subcommittees, which are involved in setting and modifying questions for MRCOG Parts 1 – 3 and the DRCOG examination. We also rely on volunteers to act as examiners throughout the year.
RCOG committees and groups support the education of the O&G workforce. Volunteers sitting on these committees represent the interests and continuing education of MTIs, trainees and doctors working in subspecialties. Our Trainee Committee, Core Knowledge Editorial Board and Specialty Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) depend on the expertise of doctors throughout the specialty and at every career stage.
For doctors interested in supporting professional development, our Professional Development Committee (PDC) has a range of roles that further this important work. Members of the PDC contribute to the publication of TOG, support the revalidation process, help to tackle differential attainment and work with the RCOG Women’s Network and representatives from the SAS-LED Committee.