RMA23 pre/post-conference courses

Experience an all-encompassing professional development journey at RMA23 in nipaluna (Hobart). Alongside our incredible lineup of keynote speakers, concurrent sessions, social networking events, and workshops, you can boost your skills by attending pre- and post-conference courses while earning CPD hours. 

ACRRM members receive an exclusive discount on all courses and CPD hours will be automatically added to their program.


Available courses

nipaluna (Hobart) | 16 October
Advanced Life Support Level 2 (ALS2)

Advanced Life Support Level 2 (ALS2) was created to meet the needs of rural doctors and enable them to meet and exceed the standard set by the Australian Resuscitation Council. Featuring online and face-to-face components, ALS2 provides you with the knowledge and skills to improve your confidence in leading and managing Advanced Life Support presentations in rural clinical settings.

nipaluna (Hobart) | 17 October
Rural Anaesthetic Crisis Management (RACM)

The Rural Anaesthetic Crisis Management (RACM) course was created to improve emergency anaesthetic skills for clinicians practising in rural and remote environments. This hands-on course guides you through the current guidelines and reviews pharmacological options and considerations, providing real-world practical skills in a constructive and supportive learning environment.

nipaluna (Hobart) | 18 October
Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC)

The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care (PHEC) course consolidates the emergency skills required in unfamiliar or uncomfortable environments. You'll learn real-world practical skills and participate in a range of emergency scenarios that you may encounter as a RG, providing you with the skills required in preparing for patient care situations outside the clinic or hospital.

nipaluna (Hobart) | 22-23 October
Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST)

The Rural Emergency Skills Training (REST) course will give you the skills and confidence required to deal with emergencies in your rural community. Run over two hands-on days, REST covers many of the common emergencies that are likely to present in the pre-hospital, small rural hospital and private rural practice environment.

nipaluna (Hobart) | 25 October
Rural Emergency Obstetrics Training (REOT)

The Rural Emergency Obstetrics Training (REOT) course was designed to equip non-obstetric practitioners with vital emergency obstetric training and give you the confidence to face any birthing situation. This full-day course will help prepare you with the necessary skills for dealing with third trimester emergencies in your rural community.

ACRRM and RDAA acknowledge the deep history and culture of lutruwita (Tasmania) and pay respect to the muwinina people as the Traditional Owners of nipaluna (Hobart) where we will gather for RMA23. While the muwinina people are no longer here due to the impacts of colonisation, we continue to acknowledge and recognise the palawa people of the island who continue to work together to maintain their identity and culture. We acknowledge that palawa still have connections to the skies, waters and land of lutruwita.