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Education & courses

This page provides information on how you can get involved with education and courses at the College.

Submit an abstract for one of our events

There are many opportunities throughout the year to submit an abstract at an RCOG event.

Submit an idea for a new educational product

The RCOG produces a wide range of educational products: courses, conferences, eLearning modules, apps and so on. We welcome ideas for new products from our membership and other stakeholders.

Franchise an RCOG course

Become part of the RCOG’s global community and organise a recognised RCOG course in your own area or country. The College provides all course materials and Training the Trainers workshops for local faculty, as well as an RCOG certificate of attendance for all delegates and participating faculty.

Teach on our online Enhanced Revision Programme

The Enhanced Revision Programme is designed to help non-UK candidates prepare for the Part 2 MRCOG written exam. We’re looking for UK and internationally based consultants to act as moderators on the programme. We provide all the training you need, and you can teach online from home or your workplace – whatever works for you.

Set up an MRCOG Examination and Education Centre

As part of our work to improve women’s health care and enhance O&G practice globally, we’re committed to developing new MRCOG Examination and Education Centres around the world.

UK mentors and international centres needed for the RCOG Advanced Fellowship Programme

The RCOG are looking for UK Mentors to support the new Advanced Fellowship Centres and the Trainers in Abu Dhabi, Malaysia, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, who are currently setting up the programme in their hospitals.

Althought the programme is currently in pilot phase you can request further information and register your interest in becoming an RCOG accredited centre.

Elsewhere on the site

What we do
Find out more about the College’s work to improve health care for women everywhere
Global health activities
Find out about the College’s global health work, including volunteering opportunities