Our Education Program
Whether you’re seeking introductory or more advanced skin cancer education, you are in the right place. Our leading program is evidence-based with an emphasis on procedural skills. It’s also the only program that culminates in accreditation and fellowship.See our full range of courses
Become an Accredited Doctor
Patients are often confused about who to consult for skin cancer care. Our accredited doctor program allows patients to identify doctors who have completed an advanced level of education and training, passed rigorous assessment and have proven skills in the diagnosis, treatment and management of skin cancer.Learn how you can become accredited doctor
Join the College
Membership is open to registered doctors, nurses, specialists, researchers and students.
- Peer support and advocacy
- Skin Cancer Blog – the leading primary care skin cancer discussion forum
- Discounted registration for Cancer Congress and other events
- Information and resources
- Support skin cancer research
The Skin Cancer College commends the Federal Government on their recent decision to remove the ‘General Practitioner’ and ‘Specialist’ differential fee structure for 31 minor procedures. The decision will see increased benefits paid for...Read More
Skin Cancer College Australasia
A new genre of medical college centred on inclusive support for all health professionals engaged in the battle to conquer skin cancer. Where profits have a purpose and your skills can grow.
College membership provides a collective voice for the frontline practitioners managing skin cancer. Our not-for-profit status means College earnings are directed back to skin cancer education, standards, advocacy and research. Members enjoy access to information and resources, connection with peers, discounted registrations and the opportunity to contribute to policy and research.
Ear and Nose Surgical Masterclass
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SCAN your Skin
Protecting our skin from the sun is the most important step to preventing skin cancer…Check your skin