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Franchise an RCOG course

Become part of the RCOG’s global community and improve women’s health care by organising a recognised RCOG course in your country.

Benefits of franchising an RCOG course include:

  • Train to deliver courses sustainably at local level and become a member of RCOG’s global faculty
  • Receive 80% of course fees
  • Exclusively designed Train the Trainers workshops for local faculty
  • RCOG certificate of attendance and CPD credits awarded to participating delegates and faculty RCOG’s CPD programme
  • FREE promotion of course dates via RCOG website and in The Obstetrician and Gynaecologist journal
  • Course materials provided and regularly updated with latest changes

All courses follow the RCOG’s franchising policy. The RCOG also provides specific guidance and requirements for each course. 


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Download our brochure to find out which RCOG courses are available for franchising, what's involved and what you need to do next

Which courses are available for franchising?

Enhanced Revision Programme

The Enhanced Revision Programme is a new online learning experience that supports candidates sitting the Part 2 MRCOG written exam. This 15 week programme is taught by expert RCOG Fellows and Members with extensive knowledge of the exams:

  • Provides a clear understanding of the NHS, consent and patient-centred care
  • Encourages learning through evidence-based practice by incorporating NICE and Green-top Guidelines into homework assignments
  • Coaches candidates on exam techniques and provides individual feedback

Practical courses

Our practical skills courses – Basic Practical Skills in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, RCOG Operative Vaginal Birth Simulation Training (ROBuST) and PROMPT (PRactical Obstetric Multi-Professional Training) – use a ‘train the trainers’ model that equips delegates to teach safe techniques to colleagues and future doctors, with the aim of reducing preventable harm to mothers and their babies.

New: RCOG has developed a new hands-on course on operative vaginal birth (both non-rotational and rotational) to fulfil requirements of the OSAT competencies on the RCOG training matrix. ROBuST is aimed at ST1-2s but is also a useful refresher course for clinicians at other levels.

MRCOG Final Preparation series

The MRCOG Final Preparation series of courses focus purely on exam techniques and practice papers and offer insights into the practice of O&G in the NHS. All courses aim to polish the candidate’s exam techniques to improve their chances of passing. There are 5 courses:

  • Part 1 Preparatory
  • Part 1 Revision
  • Part 2 Written and OSCE Combined
  • Part 2 Written and OSCE Consecutive

How do the finances work?

For most franchise courses, as the local course organiser, you can set fees to match local economic conditions, provided they cover course costs. Course fees are split 80/20 between you and the RCOG.

Contact us

For an initial discussion, please email the events team or call +44 20 7772 6245.

Elsewhere on the site

Franchising policy
Read the College’s policy and procedures relating to franchised courses
Courses, events and exams
See the full courses, events and exams listings at the RCOG