Contingency Plans | 2022 AM DCE
Contingency plans are in place in case significant events, including COVID-19 disruptions, prevent the 2022 DCE. The safety of all participants is at the core of these plans.
Plan A | The exam will proceed as scheduled on the planned exam dates using the planned delivery model.
Plan B | The exam will be rescheduled as soon as possible. Impacted candidates may be reallocated to other local available exam sites.
Plan C | We'll proceed with modular format on the scheduled exam date. The Long Cases will be delivered using teleconferencing on the original scheduled exam date where possible, and face-to-face Short Cases will be rescheduled to a later date. We'll notify all impacted candidates, examiners and others involved in the exam process as early as possible.
If you're eligible to sit the 2022 exam you';; be able to meet the required Basic Training assessments by the end of 2022.
If one or more hospitals, States or Territories can’t go ahead with an exam on its planned date due to COVID-19, those in unaffected areas can still take their exam.