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We are updating our education policies to ensure they are fit for future general practice training. They will govern the AGPT program, and other RACGP training programs, ensuring registrars receive the support and guidance they require on their pathway to Fellowship.
Current and prospective registrars, training program staff, training sites, and supervisors may need to access these documents throughout the training journey.
The new Education Policy Framework will be available in early August 2022.
Joint-college policy alignment
Learn how the RACGP and ACRRM have committed to collaborating to reduce the impact of the transition to college-led training for registrars, supervisors, training sites and the staff delivering training. Our joint review has found that the core principles of the current Department of Health AGPT program policies will remain unchanged for 2023.
Although there will be some changes to current RTO level policies and procedures, we will uphold registrar training decisions made before 2023.
Education Policy Position Statement (pdf 264KB)
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