Welcome to PMCV
The Postgraduate Medical Council of Victoria actively seeks ways to improve the educational and training opportunities available to support the welfare and career development of doctors who have recently graduated or commenced work in the Victorian health system. Through our work we aspire to promote safe, high quality and accessible healthcare and a sustainable, highly motivated and effective medical workforce. Read More
We have operated within the context of challenges relating to the increase in number of prevocational trainees as a result of the expansion of the Victorian medical schools, a new national accreditation and registration scheme (from 1 July 2010), new pathways for the assessment and supervision of International Medical Graduates (IMGs), implementation of national initiatives, such as the Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors, and a national review of medical intern training.
We look forward to meeting these challenges and working with our stakeholders on these important issues.
The latest PMCV Strategic Plan 2016-2018 outlines our key strategic priorities and our ongoing challenges.
2017 National Pre-Vocational Medical Education Forum: 12-15 November. Save the date!!!
The 2017 Australian and New Zealand Pre-Vocational Medical Education Forum will be held in Brisbane from 12-15 November 2017.
For further information: www.prevocationalforum2017.comRead Less
PMCV Symposium 2017
The 2017 PMCV Symposium will be held at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre on Friday 5th May.
Cultural Awareness in relation to Indigenous Australians - Workshops for Victorian health professionals
Thursday 11 May 2017
Teaching on the Run Programs 2017
Teacher training programs for clinicians.
1-day programs for JMOs & 2-day programs for senior clinicians, supervisors and educators.
Professional Development Program for Registrars 2017
Hitting the Ground Running (HTGR)-Centralised IMG Orientation Program 2017
This 2-day program is open to International Medical Graduates employed or about to commence employment within the Australian health system (Hospital-based - HMO to Registrar level and General Practice).