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Overview of the FSP program
The Fellowship Support Program (FSP) is an education and training program. It includes self-directed learning, in-practice learning, optional workshops, and workplace-based assessments (WBAs) for feedback and progress monitoring. Registrars work in accredited training practices under supervision.
The program has two components (see Figure 1):
Registrars can work part-time during the FSP but must complete all education and training requirements on a full-time basis, meaning their program time remains unchanged. Registrars completing rural generalist training have at least an additional year to complete additional rural skills training (ARST).
Most FSP training is done in non-metropolitan areas, and registrars are expected to live in the rural communities where they work (non-metropolitan areas are known as Modified Monash Model (MMM) 2–7 locations). Some FSP registrars will be permitted to work in MMM1 locations under extenuating circumstances.
FSP Registrars are required to work in accredited training sites under accredited supervisors. For more information see the FSP Accreditation Standards and Accreditation Application Handbook.