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Joint Colleges Training Services (JCTS)


Working together to train Australian GPs

Joint Colleges Training Services (JCTS)


Working together to train Australian GPs

Education > GP training > Joint Colleges Training Services
Last updated 4 March 2024





 

Joint Colleges Training Services (JCTS)

Joint Colleges Training Services Pty Ltd (JCTS) is a joint venture of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (the RACGP).

JCTS will enable the RACGP and ACRRM to deliver shared GP training activities for our respective fellowship training programs and includes the development and delivery of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health strategic plans, cultural education and cultural mentorship, the provision of registrar housing in some remote Northern Territory and communities and other potential areas of collaboration.

Our first and most important priority is to ensure continuity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Training initiatives and support.


JCTS Board Governance

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) have agreed on a board composition of seven (7) directors, three from each college and an independent Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander chairperson.

Each college has nominated two of their three director positions to people responsible for the delivery of the AGPT program. The other position for each college will be occupied by a senior Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person with deep understanding of general practice training, cultural education, and mentorship.

The JCTS has appointed an Interim General Manager, Anthony Paulson. The JCTS board will commence a national recruitment process to appoint a permanant General Manager in the coming months. Recruitment will be an open, merit-based process conducted by a selection committee determined by the JCTS board.

Meet our General Manager Dean Duncan

Dean Duncan is a Kamilaroi man and an experienced leader with a strong business acumen and extensive experience in both private and public sectors. He’s worked throughout Australia including roles with Good Start Early Learning, Carlton Football Club, YLab Global and the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation. 

He’s a highly experienced senior executive and says his key strengths are in his ability to link strategic directions with sound inclusive operational outcomes, always seeking the opportunity to develop quality services within community. He brings national experience in stakeholder engagement and advocacy, balanced with an ability to engage at all levels from community to government ministers. Dean has a calm and thoughtful approach and a coaching and mentoring leadership style. We look forward to him using his team building skills to further develop and lead the JCTS team.

Dean has a strong community engagement philosophy, enjoys the outdoors and all sports, particularly Rugby, and is involved in community development and youth sport. In 2019, Dean was awarded the National NAIDOC Person of the Year. He’s currently involved with a range of community organisations including the Victorian Mental Health Complaints Commission Advisory Committee, Queensland Rugby Union and Rugby Australia, Reconciliation Victoria and the Sunbury Aboriginal Corporation.



Dean Duncan
General Manager
dean.duncan@jcts.org.au
08 9489 9558

 


See our communications to CEOs/CECM Network
Read the latest joint communication from ACRRM and RACGP.

Learn more 

JCTS policies and guidelines


Coming soon.
These policies and guidelines will reflect the joint venture of ACRRM and the RACGP and will be created in consultation with each business unit within each organisation. 

Code of conduct
Working together
Health and safety
Leave
Flexible working
Dress for your day guidelines


College contacts

RACGP Georgina van de Water
Chief General Practice Training Officer
Georgina.VandeWater@racgp.org.au


 

RACGP Megan Lam
Senior People Business Partner
Megan.Lam@racgp.org.au


 

ACRRM Kyra Moss
General Manager, Education and Training Services
k.moss@acrrm.org.au


 

ACRRM Mark Bradley
Human Resource Manager
m.bradley@acrrm.org.au

 


Joint Colleges Training Services (JCTS)

JCTS contact
Anthony Paulson

0423 946 613
Anthony.paulson@racgp.org.au