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Contribute to high-quality general practice training by becoming accredited with the RACGP.



Contribute to high-quality general practice training by becoming accredited with the RACGP.


Last updated 10 April 2024

Accreditation helps ensure a high standard of general practice training across Australia and the provision of high-quality teaching resources, supervision and facilities for registrars. All registrars training to become general practitioners in Australia must train in RACGP-accredited training sites under accredited supervision. This includes registrars training on the AGPT program, the Fellowship Support Program (FSP) and the Remote Vocational Training Scheme (RVTS). Learn more about eligibility, standards and requirements below.

View the AGPT accreditation application handbook 

The accreditation application handbook guides GPs and practices on their journey to accreditation. Learn about the accreditation process, including the eligibility criteria for training practices and clinical safety and competence regulations.

View the handbook 

How to meet the standards and requirements for general practice training

The RACGP has produced several documents to help you understand the standards and requirements of general practice training accreditation. These standards, codes, and principles of accreditation work together to ensure the quality and safety of general practice training. 

RACGP Standards for General Practice Training 3rd edition  
Accreditation standards for training sites and supervisors 
Codes and principles for training sites and supervisors 

Submit an expression of interest

Find out about AGPT training site requirements supervisor eligibility and submit an expression of interest.

 Submit an EOI 

Learn about Fellowship Support Program accreditation

The Fellowship Support Program (FSP) is a new education program to support doctors on the general practice experience pathway.  Accreditation for FSP training sites and supervisors is linked to the registrar’s application and eligibility.

AGPT extended skills training site accreditation 

Registrars can extend their skills through a six-month placement in a general practice or other training site eg. hospital or specialty clinic. If you are interested in becoming accredited as an extended skills training site, please see our guide and discuss with your Regional Accreditation Coordinator.

Report an adverse event or critical incident

Critical incidents, adverse events, and near misses are reviewed, managed and minimised through existing general practice risk management processes, which are required for compliance with RACGP Standards for general practices. Learn more or report a critical incident or adverse event.  

Alternative training environments accreditation

Alternative models of training are developed for use in situations that require a variance from the standards for general practice training. These include remote supervision sites and special training environments, such as practices in hybrid hospital/primary care sites.

Apply as a Special Training Environment

Accreditation requirements for remote supervision

Remote supervision provides registrars with the opportunity to work in remote locations where there is limited or no regular on-site supervision. Remote supervision may also be considered when onsite supervision cannot be provided by an accredited supervisor. Learn more about remote supervision accreditation.

View training site requirements VIEW SUPERVISOR REQUIREMENTS

How to be dually accredited with ACRRM

Training sites and supervisors can apply to either college to be dually accredited with the RACGP and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).

Learn more 

Accreditation of placements for ADF registrars

The Australian Defence Force (ADF) training sites need to be accredited as a special training environment (STE) to meet accreditation standards.

Learn more 

Additional Rural Skills Training (ARST) post accreditation

A component of the Rural Generalist (RG) Fellowship is the completion of a 12 months ARST post. The ARST provides an opportunity for rural GPs to develop additional skills and expertise in a particular area. Accreditation of ARST posts is discipline specific and based on curriculums.

Learn more    Apply Now 

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