Demonstrating teaching competencies (PI 2: Researcher, Scholar and Educator) is an essential part of the RCOG curriculum. These include a variety of formal and informal teaching methods. Opportunities may present themselves within day-to-day activities as a trainee. For example teaching medical students on ward round or discussing a case/reviewing a patient with them after rounds. A multi-disciplinary discussion may educate all involved by including different roles and points of views to the same problem. Teaching a practical skill to a trainee may benefit both parties with an OSAT for the trainee and a teaching opportunity for the teacher. More formal opportunities may also be available such as organising small group teaching or a lecture to medical students or within the department to peers.