You may resign from the Remediation Plan. If you do so, you will also resign from the AGPT Program. To resign, provide your RTO with written notice of such. Your resignation will be effective from your RTO’s acceptance of your letter. This agreement will simultaneously end.
The RACGP and your RTO offer the Remediation Plan in good faith, to assist and support medical practitioners.
However, if this good faith is not reciprocated, the RTO may determine to remove you from the Remediation Plan. Such determinations will not be made unreasonably.
Your RTO will provide you with a removal notice. You will be removed from the Remediation Plan from the date of your RTO’s removal notice. You will also be removed from the AGPT Program. This agreement will simultaneously end.
In addition, the RTO may remove you for either of the following reasons:
- no adequate progression demonstrated
- pursuant to the RACGP’s Fit and Proper Fellow Policy.