PAWS (Portsmouth Airway Workshops) is a one- day course aimed at post FRCA anaesthetists. The focus of the course is small group workshops using the same equipment available in theatres, but on Manikins, to feel confident with the skills required to manage a CICO (Can't Intubate, Can't Oxygenate) situation and additional workshops to teach and practice advanced airway skills (Tube exchanges, Fibreoptic bronchoscope handling, Neck Ultrasound and Lung Isolation techniques). The programme is designed to provide an overview of difficult airway management across the sub-specialties within anaesthesia (Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Intensive Care Medicine), this broader content is covered predominantly through presentations. The case- based presentations are given in a whole group presentation format, but are delivered to invite discussion amongst the delegates and faculty. The workshops are small groups of 4 candidates with plenty of equipment and faculty in each workshop to maximise hands-on time. The course has been running for many years and has previously been accredited for 5 CPD points. We have applied to the RCoA for 5 CPD points accreditation this year.