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Regional Training Organisations (RTO)

RACGP Standards for General Practice Training

The RACGP is responsible for developing and maintaining the standards for general practice training in Australia.

The RACGP Standards for general practice training (the training standards) set out the quality measure for providers of general practice training, training posts that provide the invaluable learning environments and experiences for registrars, and the supervisors who mentor, train, assess and support them.

RTOs that would like to trial different processes that meet the training standards are encouraged to send an application to the Vocational Training Education Committee (VTEC). Examples of processes can include models of team supervision, remote supervision, ways of meeting requirements such as diversity of training to name a few. The training standards offer RTOs the opportunity to be innovative and meet registrar needs in the context of where they are practicing.

To submit a process to VTEC, complete the form and email to vtstandards@racgp.org.au

For examples of approved supervision models relating to Blended/Team Supervision Models and Remote/Aboriginal Medical Services Supervision Models see Downloads below.

Accreditation Management Agreement

Under the terms of the Accreditation Management Agreement between RTOs and the RACGP, critical incidents must be reported to the RACGP. To facilitate the process, a form has been produced by the RACGP for RTOs to use if they do not have a pre-existing form or process. RTOs may also use their own paperwork instead. 

Please click here for more information on how to report critical incidents

RACGP Curriculum for Australian General Practice

The curriculum is a dynamic document that addresses the essential learning needs of general practitioners at every stage of their learning life. The curriculum supports medical educators to provide candidates with a solid foundation of relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes.

RTO accreditation

Questions about how the RTO can meet the training standards can be directed to Education Strategy and Development on 03 8699 0549 or by emailing vtstandards@racgp.org.au

RTO contact information

QUEENSLAND
General Practice Training Queensland – South East
07 3552 8100
www.gptq.qld.edu.au
Generalist Medical Training – North West
1300 823 874
07 4781 6232
www.gmt.edu.au
NEW SOUTH WALES
GP Synergy Limited
02 9818 4433
www.gpsynergy.com.au
VICTORIA
Murray City Country Coast GP Training LTD – Western
03 5562 0051
Eastern Victoria GP Training – Eastern
03 9822 1100
TASMANIA
General Practice Training Tasmania
03 6215 5000
www.gptt.com.au
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
GPEx
1300 473 972
08 8490 0400
www.gpex.com.au
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Western Australia General Practice Education Training
08 9473 8200
www.wagpet.com.au
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Northern Territory General Practice Education
08 8946 7079
www.ntgpe.org

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