HOW TO ACCESS THE ACEM EDUCATION RESOURCES SITE

For Health Professionals who are not ACEM members


Health professionals who are not members of ACEM, are welcome to access the modules provided for their use on the ACEM Education Resources site. Access can be gained by following the instructions below. ACEM Fellows and Trainees – please note – these instructions are not relevant to you. You just need to login to the Education Resources site with your Username (ACEM Member number) and Password (ACEM web password).

  1. Click this link to reach the ACEM Education Resources site https://elearning.acem.org.au

  2. Click on the “Create new account” button to set up your account in the Education Resources site


3. Fill out all the details in the “New account’ page and indicate what type of health professional you are using the drop-down list. When all the details are filled in, please click the “Create my new account” button at the bottom of this page.




4. You will see a message on the next screen telling you that an email has been sent to you with instructions to complete your registration. If you have any difficulty with receiving the email please email helpdesk@acem.org.au


5. Check your email. You should receive an email with a link and some instructions. Click on the link to confirm your registration in the Education Resources site. Please access the five courses available as listed below and follow instructions on the web page to enrol.


The following courses are currently available for non ACEM Health Professionals:

Assessing Cultural Competency Resources Enrolment key: ACC • Critical Care Airway Management Resources Enrolment key: CCM • Indigenous Health and Cultural Competency Resources Enrolment key: IHCC

Ultrasound Course Enrolment key: ultrasound • Welcome to Working as a Medical Practitioner in Australia Enrolment key: welcome We hope you enjoy using these resources and we welcome your feedback.

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