Becoming an AOA Trainee



Successful applicants for the 2022 intake

Congratulations to the successful applicants for the 2022 intake of the AOA 21 Training Program.

NSW Northside
Vincent An
Myles Knapman
Brian Le
 
NSW Southside
Sunna Bae
Adelle Bagster
Thomas Ryan
Matthew Schwass

NSW Newcastle
Andrew Caterson
Nishan Gaganathan
David Graan
QLD
Brady Bonner
Gareth Davies
Jonathan Davies
Stewart Howard
Ivana-Alexandra Jovanovic
Fionnuala Kelly
Garrett Malayko
Patrick O'Connor
Samuel Scaife

SA/NT
Matthias Lu
David Morris
Jack Richards
Ashwath Sachchithanantham
VIC/TAS
Andrew Aylett
Jacob Bock
Amy Coates
James Drummond
Catherine Guest
Muqtasid Hussaini
Stephanus Kruger
Christopher Stokes
Wesley Teoh
Lachlan Wight
Bill Zhang
 
WA
Thomas Christiner
Jonathan Coward
Adam Lawless
May Soo

AOA 21 Training Program selection regulations for the 2022 intake

Regulations for the 2022 AOA 21 Training Program intake are now available. To download the Regulations, please click the link below.

2022 Training Program Selection Regulations

If you have any questions regarding the 2022 Regulations, please check our Frequently Asked Questions


How to apply to the AOA 21 Training Program


Application to the AOA 21 Training Program is a two-stage process:

1.  Registration with the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS)

RACS assesses each registrant against generic eligibility requirements which are common across all surgical specialties. Information on registration can be found on the RACS website.


2.  Apply to the Australian Orthopaedic Association (AOA)

AOA 21 Training Program selection applications for 2022 will open on Wednesday 24 February 2021.


2022-Selection-timeline


AOA 21 Training Program selection enquiries


All enquiries must be sent in writing to selection@aoa.org.au

Only enquiries lodged through this email address will be accepted. Phone enquiries will not be accepted.