Contraception Practical Course PART III - FAQs

1. How can I complete Part III – practical training?

There are two methods of obtaining practical training. » read more

2. Who can apply for the Practical Training Course?

Fully registered Medical Practitioners who are either: » read more

3. I am a third year trainee, can I participate in the practical course?

Candidates attending the practical course are expected to have a good basic knowledge of contraception and sexual health in a general practice setting. » read more

4. What is a Contraception Tutor?

A contraception tutor is a GP experienced in providing contraception service. They already hold the Certificate in Contraception, or its equivalent, and have at least two years experience in clinical practice, post training. They achieve Contraception Tutor status by attending a Masterclass which certifies them as Contraception Tutors for 3 years. » read more

5. How can I check if my tutor for practical training is on the RSH Tutor register?

Please contact the Administrator for the Women's Health Programme by email jana.pickard@icgp.ie. » read more

6. How do I find a Tutor?

Please contact the Administrator for the Women's Health Programme by email jana.pickard@icgp.ie. » read more

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