Regulations and Forms

Training Regulations

The Board of Urology is responsible for managing the SET Program in Urology including determining program requirements, trainee management, regulations, selection and hospital inspections.

SET Urology Training Regulations (for SET trainees who commenced prior to 2016)
nSET Urology Training Regulations (for nSET trainees who commenced in 2016 or later)

Assessment Requirements

The table below summarises the requirements regarding completion of assessment documentation each quarter:

Assessment Documentation nSET1 nSET2/SET3 SET4 SET5 SET6
In-Training Assessment Report

Logbook Summary Report

One completed DOPS

One completed Mini-CEX


Submission Dates

The dates for submission of assessment documentation is as follows: 

Australia   New Zealand
Quarter Due Date   Quarter  Due Date
Q4 2016 30 January 2017   Q1 2017 13 February 2017
Q1 2017 1 May 2017   Q2 2017 1 May 2017
Q2 2017 31 July 2017   Q3 2017 31 July 2017
Q3 2017 23 October 2017             Q4 2017 23 October 2017
Q4 2017 30 January 2017      

In-Training Assessment Report Forms & Mini-CEX and DOPS Forms

Naming Conventions

The naming conventions for saving assessment documentation is outlined below:


Naming Conventions



Surname - Rpt Q1 2017

Smith - Rpt Q1 2017

Logbook Summary

Surname - Log Q1 2017

Smith - Log Q1 2017


Surname - DOPS Q1 2017

Surname - CEX Q1 2017

Smith - DOPS Q1 2017

Smith - CEX Q1 2017


All trainees are expected to maintain a surgical logbook and must provide a logbook summary to their supervisor each quarter when the in-training assessment report is being completed. This logbook summary must also be submitted to the Section TA&E Chair with the in-training assessment report. Trainees are required to use the Morbidity Audit and Logbook Tool (MALT) to record operative exposure. MALT can be accessed via the RACS website

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