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Becoming a GP in Australia

Regional Training Providers (RTPs)

A regional training provider is an organisation created to deliver education and training within a specific geographical region. Funded by General Practice Education and Training (GPET), Regional training providers are accredited every 3 years according to RACGP, GPET and, if applicable, Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) standards.

There are currently 18 accredited regional training providers throughout Australia. You can find the details of currently accredited regional training providers via the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) web site.

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