ERS Certified Training Programmes

Postgraduate master level

Why choose an ERS Training Programme?

ERS Training Programmes facilitate a more structured approach to acquiring new clinical skills. There is significant need for this type of learning because the success of clinical procedures often depends on the individual skill level of the health professional. Successful completion of your chosen programme will result in certification in the field and enable you to apply your improved clinical skills to enhance care and improve patient outcomes.

What are the options?

There are currently three certified, multiple-module ERS Training Programmes available. Each of these programmes has set learning outcomes based on the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to competently complete a skill in the clinical setting. An ERS Training Programme must be completed within a 3-year period.

Available programmes:

  • Endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS)
    Aim: to train qualified doctors to be able to independently and competently perform EBUS.
    Structure:

    • Part 1: Theory
    • Part 2: Clinical and simulation training
    • Part 3: Supervised training
      Find out more about the EBUS Training Programme
  • Respiratory sleep
    Aim: to train respiratory professionals at a post-specialty or post-graduate level in respiratory sleep medicine.
    Structure:

  • Spirometry
    Aim: to train health professionals to produce high quality spirometry tests.
    Structure: