• Have you ever struggled getting or knowing how to improve images? 
  • Are you frustrated or uncomfortable making a call from what you see?  
  • Do work pressures mean you haven’t had the time to develop a systematic scanning technique?  
  • Would having an expert on your shoulder provide reassurance that you’re on the right track? 

Then you’ve come to the right place. 
Our range of practical ultrasound courses designed for anyone working in obstetrics or gynaecology will make all the difference. 
Led by Australia’s best ultrasound educators, we’ll help you image better and make clinical decisions faster with ultrasound.  
Discover new and clever ways to get the most out of ultrasound; develop a structured step-by-step approach to imaging; increase diagnostic confidence. 

Find a course, set a date and register now!

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  • 1st trimester
    1st Trimester

    At the completion of this course you will have the skills to evaluate for ectopic pregnancy, confirm an intrauterine pregnancy or discover the cause of your patient’s pain and…


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    Early pregnancy assessment

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  • Core Obstetric Ultrasound
    Core Obstetric Ultrasound

    Discover and explore the clinical utility of ultrasound evaluation in pregnancy to guide patient management. Complete your training curriculum requirements for advanced DRANZCOG and 1st and 2nd…


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    Early pregnancy assessment

    Fetal biometry



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  • Comprehensive Obstetric Ultrasound

    At the completion of this course you will have the skills to conduct an ultrasound assessment of the pelvis using transabdominal and transvaginal approaches; evaluate for ectopic pregnancy, confirm…


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    Early pregnancy assessment

    Fetal biometry

    Transvaginal ultrasound

    2nd trimester




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  • 1st Trimester Ultrasound - Blended
    1st Trimester Ultrasound – Blended


    Getting started module (online)

    1st trimester module (online)

    3 hours 1-on-1 tuition

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  • 1st Trimester Ultrasound - Blended
    1st Trimester Ultrasound – Online


    Early pregnancy assessment

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  • Early Pregnancy Ultrasound
    Early Pregnancy Ultrasound for Nurses and Midwives

    Learn the scanning techniques to assess your patient for ectopic pregnancy, confirm intrauterine pregnancy or discover the cause for their pain and bleeding.

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    Early pregnancy assessment

    Transabdominal ultrasound

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  • Fetal Well-Being Ultrasound

    Master the fundamentals of fetal Doppler and fetal well-being assessment in the management of high-risk pregnancies.

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    Fetal presentation



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  • Follicle Ultrasound for Nurses

    Learn the scanning techniques to assess and monitor follicle size in ovulation induction.

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    Follicle count


    Early pregnancy assessment

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  • MTOP Ultrasound - Blended
    MTOP Ultrasound – Blended

    The MTOP Ultrasound Blended course will get you started on your journey of learning about the examination of early pregnancy.

    Start your journey with us – we can’t wait to…


    Getting started module (online)

    MTOP Ultrasound (online)

    7 hours 1-on-1 tuition

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  • MTOP Ultrasound - Blended
    MTOP Ultrasound – Online

    The MTOP Ultrasound Online course will get you started on your journey of learning about the examination of early pregnancy.

    Start your journey with us – we can’t wait to…


    Early pregnancy assessment

    Pregnancy dating

    Ectopic pregnancy


    IUCD placement

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  • Live Courses
    Third Trimester Ultrasound for Nurses and Midwives

    Master the fundamentals of ultrasound assessment in late pregnancy. Identify the placental location, fetal lie and amniotic fluid volumes.

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    Fetal position


    Placenta positon


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  • 1st trimester
    Transvaginal Ultrasound

    Master the fundamentals of transvaginal scanning on real patient models. Explore techniques to make finding the ovaries easy.

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    Transvaginal ultrasound

    Uterine & ovarian measurement

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Zedu courses are recognised by:

Australasian College for Emergency Medicine

Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine

Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine

Point-of-Care Ultrasound Certification Academy

Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

Royal Australasian College of Physicians

Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

The following ultrasound system manufacturers proudly support our courses

Butterfly Network

Clarius Ultrasound

GE Healthcare

Philips Ultrasound

Fujifilm SonoSite

Why is learning ultrasound so important for those working in the obstetric or gynaecology fields? 

It is our strong belief – regardless of curriculum requirements – that everyone working in the fields of obstetrics or gynaecology must understand ultrasound. Never mind the fact that your patients automatically associate ultrasound with your field of expertise, the nature of the specialty lends itself naturally to the procedural, diagnostic and treatment benefits that ultrasound can deliver.  Regardless of its utility in your context, knowing what ultrasound can do, and how it can be applied is like a good shot of espresso coffee – once you get a taste you’ll want more. And more…
And once you get started it’s a no brainer that ultrasound skills will help you be a better health practitioner. In fact, ultrasound is recognised around the world as one of the most important skills you can develop to improve outcomes, save time and money (for you and your patient).


Unfortunately, most obstetricians and gynaecologists have a poor experience of training, which has often been delivered in a haphazard or scattered approach. More often than not training has been provided by peers or energetic enthusiasts in the workplace who can demonstrate the potential for ultrasound, but – while passionate – haven’t invested in their ability to teach the art and science behind it. Plus the compromises that we all know come from training at work means a less than ideal learning environment. This results in an elongated training process with few practical take away skills, no clear pathway to develop skills and ultimately disappointment.

But you can do something about this. In order for you to avoid the stressful ups and downs of learning ultrasound, having a strong foundation on which to build your skills and a clear plan in place to support your development is fundamental. That’s where we can help.

Skills development

Every ultrasound user must establish the skills fundamental to acquiring an image – from turning a system on and optimising the system setup, to patient positioning and ergonomics. We’ll give you the foundations for independent practice.

Scanning Skills

To get the most out of your efforts and before picking up a probe it’s important to identify your objective – do you have a purpose for scanning? Scanning for scanning’s sake isn’t optimal. When learning you need to engage in deliberate practice to develop your ultrasound skills. When applied clinically, you need to have the ability to define your needs, identify limitations and make decisions. We’ll help you focus on where you’re going and what you want to achieve.

Learning Pathway

Attending a course is one thing – making the time to develop your ultrasound skills and abilities is another. Learning ultrasound is a lifelong commitment – trust us, we know. Commit to invest your time before you start. Take time to remove practice barriers. Focus your time. Track your progress. Spend time developing skills out of the clinic. We’ll work with you to identify a pathway for skills development in your context.


When you get back to the workplace, what’s next? Early enthusiasm to use ultrasound can soon fade to frustration when you return to the workplace, where the reality of clinical demands and often lack of ultrasound users can undermine your confidence. We can help by providing ongoing support, training and credentialing – as well as ongoing information through our free coaching corner and social media posts. We’re there for you.

How do our ultrasound courses for obstetricians and gynaecologists work?


Zedu’s accredited ultrasound training courses follow a proven step-by-step program to guide obstetricians and gynaecologists through the myriad of learning strategies and ultrasound applications to find what‘s most effective to build a skillset that works in your clinical context.

Each course follows a systematised approach to help you understand principles, develop skills and implement strategies that have worked for thousands of physicians in Australia, New Zealand and around the world.

It starts with registration, where you’re provided access to a range of online resources and activities to prepare you before you arrive. Don’t worry – this is not onerous, with videos and resources focused on the topics of that course.

Once you get here you’ll be working with a team of qualified sonographer educators trained in the specifics of obstetric and gynaecological applications, you get the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with experts. Whatever your level of experience we adapt to your needs, accelerating your personal learning curve. The ultimate goal is to give you the skills, abilities and knowledge to successfully and independently use ultrasound – regardless of the location or technology.

From first to third trimester and everything in between – we have you covered.

But once the course is over it doesn’t stop there.

As big supporters of FOAMED (Free Online Acceess Medical EDucation) you can register and participate in free monthly coaching corner provides you with the opportunity to ask questions, hear from ultrasound experts from around the world and keep your skills up to date. Check in with our blog and socials to keep up to date with the latest in ultrasound news.
And if you want more, explore our full range of courses and one-on-one coaching options to help you achieve your goals.

Our programs are built on Zedu’s seven key values that have been developed to support you:


Focusing on clinical practice to deliver immediate benefit to clinicians and patients


Learning should always be fun, engaging and entertaining


Providing real patients, small groups and skilled educators for best practice education


Create a ripple effect – making a difference for clinicians so they can make a difference for their patients


Creative teaching methods to inspire better results


Making friends and breaking silos is what we’re about; the future of medicine lies in collaboration


No question’s too big, too small, or too silly – no judgements here

Who are Zedu Ultrasound courses for?

Our courses are not for everyone. Our programs are for obstetricians and gynaecologists who…

Have seen ultrasound in practice and want to know more

Wonder how ultrasound could be useful in their clinical context

Are keen to learn how to use state of the art technology

Are regularly called to diagnose or perform procedures where ultrasound could speed the process

Are open to doing things differently to achieve better results

Believe that ultrasound can promote better patient outcomes

It doesn‘t matter whether you’ve been scanning for years or have never picked a probe up before, if it’s a yes to any of the above criteria and you’re ready to take your diagnostic and procedural skills to the next level, then you’re welcome to join us.


We encourage you to refresh your training with us by taking up the opportunity to return within 12 months and do a complimentary redo of the course you have attended at no additional cost (subject to availability).
Yes – that’s right – two courses for the price of one. Come back within 12 months for free.

From one to twelve, and everything in between. As a rule we exceed the minimum requirements, ensuring that there is an industry leading ratio of 1 sonographer educator or physician to every 4 course participants. This is important as it ensures that you get more hands-on time all the time.

The better question to ask is what machines don’t you have! Most of the major players in the ultrasound world support us with their latest systems, making sure you get access to the best and newest technology available. We have so many systems here – from high end carts to handhelds – that in most cases there is a one-to-one ratio.

Zedu courses are designed for your specialty. With quality education always at our front of mind, you’ll be learning with a group of your peers from start to finish. This ensures you are getting a no compromise sequential and structured education experience, all the while having the security and safety of learning with your peers. Your learning experience is not compromised by people joining at different stages and at different levels – you’ll be on board with the same team from beginning to end.

Would you only go to part of a movie? Our courses are designed to be attended as a whole, structured in a sequential way to make sure you develop and extend your ultrasound repertoire. Besides – if gaining your credentials is an important part of your motivation to come along, the bodies that accredit our courses wouldn’t look too kindly on you skipping class.

Absolutely not. Our courses are designed for obstetricians and gynaecologists at any stage of their career, with any level of ultrasound experience. Our experienced sonographer educators will adapt their teaching to meet you at your level – no stress.

In short – no – as this is determined by your progress through your college fellowship pathway.

Yes indeed. Make sure you bring your chargers and accessories too.

The courses are run at the Zedu Learning HQ:

8-10 Flintoff Street, Greensborough VIC 3088, Australia

When you register you’ll get information on our location and transport options delivered to your email inbox too.

Yes we do – we love to tour and share ultrasound around the world. If you’d like to discuss what options you have to get us to deliver training at your place please get in touch.

That’s precisely what we do. Our courses are designed for you to get your hands on a probe so you can take home practical skills. All courses have a ratio of at least 2/3 practical, 1/3 didactic – you won’t be disappointed.

No – but there is a very affordable options only a three-minute walk from our front door. You can find more information here

Yes – we love teaching one-on-one as it delivers optimal results over a short time-period. Get in touch.

Yes there is – but it’s not too onerous. We recommend you at least revise your physics by watching the short videos before you arrive – the other material you can review as you go, or afterwards.

Use the login details you created at registration.

The vast majority of Zedu ultrasound courses carry accreditation or are recognised by one or more bodies, including:

  • The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ASUM)
  • The Australian College of Midwives (ACM)
  • The Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM)
  • The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA)
  • The Australasian Society of Ultrasound in Medicine (ASUM)
  • The College of Intensive Care medicine of Australia and New Zealand (CICM)
  • The Point-of-Care Ultrasound Certification Academy
  • The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)
  • The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP)
  • The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS)
  • The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG)
  • The Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand (TSANZ)

No – we are famous for our catering – rest assured you will be well fed and watered.


How to: Ovarian Ultrasound – Location, Torsion + Spectral Doppler

In this #coachingcorner, Suean takes you through finding the ovaries on a transabdominal exam – top tips and tricks. How do I assess for ovarian torsion?

Plus – ‘The idiot’s guide to spectral Doppler’.

How to: Ovarian Ultrasound – Location, Torsion + Spectral Doppler

In this #coachingcorner – If 1st trimester #ultrasound gives you nightmares Suean takes you through a step-by-step sequence that will improve your sleep. PLUS Elias Jaffa shows us his amazing tech hack – Streambox – & how it can help #POCUS & education in resource ltd environments.

Recommended Texts

Obstetric & Gynaecological Ultrasound: How, Why and When

Obstetric and Gynaecological Ultrasound is a highly illustrated manual ideal for both the trainee and experienced sonographer that covers the full range of obstetric and gynaecological ultrasound examinations undertaken within a secondary referral setting. It combines the practicalities of how to perform these examinations with the information needed to interpret the findings and construct a clinically useful report.

How to Perform Ultrasonography in Endometriosis

This structured dynamic book outlines, step by step, an evidence-based systematic approach to the sonographic evaluation of the pelvis in women with suspected endometriosis. 

Free e-Books

Point-of-Care OB Ultrasound [iBook]

An essential resource for the initial evaluation of the acutely ill or injured obstetrical patient. Written by experts in both emergency medicine and obstetrics, whether the patient is in the first, second, or third trimester, this ACEP book covers the critical obstetrical conditions you need to be able to diagnose with point-of-care ultrasound. Each chapter contains referenced text, key points, pearls, and numerous videos and image banks.

WFUMB e-book

WFUMB Ultrasound E-Book [online]

A highly comprehensive free online ultrasound resource covering every aspect of ultrasound – from the basics of performing the ultrasound examination, technique and sono-anatomy, to pathology and specialty applications. A go-to resource.


Ultrasound Training Courses for Doctors & Physicians

5 Star Ratings for our Ultrasound Courses

“What sets ZEDU apart is its clinical training. The format is a great mix of lectures, demonstrations and hands on practice (in fact I was blown away by how much probe time we had). The faculty are a great mix of highly skilled and passionate sonographers with emergency medicine consultants coming in to provide the clinical relevance and context.”

Wade Bloffwitch
Nganggawili Aboriginal Health
Service, Western Australia

Ultrasound Training Courses for Doctors & Physicians

5 Star Ratings for our Ultrasound Courses

“The Zedu team have learned how doctors think. Getting real time feedback in my own workplace is invaluable. If you’re interested in bedside US then this is the best use of CME money you can find.”

Michael Celuk
Emergency Physician, Austin
Hospital, Melbourne

Ultrasound Training Courses for Doctors & Physicians

5 Star Ratings for our Ultrasound Courses

“I attended the Advanced Emergency Ultrasound Course with Zedu Ultrasound and was extremely happy with my choice of training provider. The teaching is by brilliant Sonographers who are experts in their field. I was impressed at their ability to not only teach you the standard POCUS scans, but were fantastic at teaching you how to optimise your image, correct scanning issues, and set you on your way to integrate POCUS into your work. The communication was efficient, the food was lovely, and the atmosphere was pleasant.”

Google Review
5 Stars

Ultrasound Training Courses for Doctors & Physicians

5 Star Ratings for our Ultrasound Courses

“Working with Zedu improved my scan techniques and speed of image acquisition. It really helped develop my techniques for teaching registrars and other colleagues. What I appreciated most about Zedu was the personalised approach and that the program was tailored to my need. Completing my logbooks for my CCPU (ASUM), it was great to have my images reviewed, assessments completed and to be able to scan a large number of patients in a short period of time.”

Dr Luke Phillips
Emergency Physician,
The Alfred, Melbourne