COH Preparation Training – Module 1

Presenter(s): Dr Ross Di Corleto

Module 1 – Overview of the COH Process

( Self-paced pre-recorded session – 30mins) 

  • What does it mean to be a COH?
  • You have the prerequisites but are you ready?
  • The COH examination process & Objectives
  • An initial look at what to expect on the day
  • The panel composition and mechanics

Register for Module 2 here

Posted on 26/05/2022

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