b'Design of the Curriculum Experiential learning, under supervision, occurs with regular formative feedback to allow for reflection and to The Curriculum is designed with the principlesimprove future performance. of competencybased medical education, to trainAssessment of learning occurs through a number of Anaesthesiologists to develop competent and proficientplatforms, designed to develop knowledgeable andclinical practice through the application of scientificskilled professionals who can be entrusted with work in knowledge, skills and attitudes, organised into a guidingtheir profession. framework.The principles of adult learning theory co-exist. TraineesRegular assessment occurs to ensure trainees are have the opportunity to direct their own learningmeeting minimum requirements for mandatory volume experience and develop a learning plan based on currentof practice, formative assessments, course attendance, clinical experience aligned with expected outcomesreflection and professional development.defined in the curriculum. The trainee demonstrates: Descriptor of competence: Method of Learning / Assessment:They have the knowledge of an Explains / Discusses / DescribesCBDAnaesthesiologist / Outlines / Understands / Lists /MCAI - MCQ, OSCE*Recalls / Knows/ Recognises FCAI - MCQ, SAQ*They have theability to perform theDemonstrates/Performs/ Shows/DOPS; VOP**duties of an Anaesthesiologist Presents/ Conducts MCAIOSCE / SOE*FCAIClinical SOE*Mandatory Training and Simulation CoursesAn appropriate professional Takes responsibility/ Is patient Professionalism Coursesbehaviour focused/ Respects ITA; Simulation CoursesProgression Reviews*Multiple Choice Questions, Objective Structured Clinical Examination, Single Answer Questions, Structured Oral Exam** Direct Observation of Procedural Skills, Volume of Practice6 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'