Increase your confidence and practical skills with PMCV’s Teaching on the Run Program

The Teaching on the Run (TOTR) program aims to improve the practical skills, knowledge, and overall confidence of medical educators.

PMCV is proud to deliver the TELL Centre’s highly acclaimed suite of medical professional development Foundation Workshops to help you increase your confidence when teaching.

Teaching on the Run is a medical education training course that is delivered on a modular basis with a two-hour duration for each module. Participants learn and engage in a Foundation Workshop, either face-to-face or in a virtual learning environment.

You can learn a bit more about each of the Foundation Workshops and when they will be taking place below.

Please see below the costs for TOTR workshops:

Virtual two-day workshop (six TOTR modules)$594* AUD + Booking Fee (*GST inclusive)
Virtual one-day workshop (three TOTR modules)$297* AUD + Booking Fee (*GST inclusive)
Virtual singular module (2 hours)$99* AUD + Booking Fee  (*GST inclusive)

Late Registrations

Late registrations are permissible, however, registrations made after 15:00 the day prior to the course start date will not be processed in time.

Please be aware that course links and relevant materials will be sent on the morning of the course date by 09:00. If you need to make a late registration, please contact PMCV during business hours at

Sessions tailored to your organisation

We also run bespoke Teaching on the Run sessions with organisations. If you are interested in this service, please contact us and request our 2022 Prospectus.

Refund Policy

Registration (minus $50 admin fee) will be refunded for cancellation up to 7 days prior to the event. Registration will not be refunded for cancellations of less than 7 days or non-attendance.

For further information on the TOTR Program, please email

View our other courses

Interested in our other medical education and training courses such as learning to communicate better? Check out our other medical professional development courses below:

Hitting the Ground Running

International Medical Graduates (IMGs) can support and orient themselves within the Australian healthcare system.

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Indigenous Cultural Awareness

Develop a better understanding of Indigenous Australian culture and associated healthcare issues in order to provide culturally safe and sensitive practice.

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