The 2020-22 Triennium officially starts on the 1 January 2020.
Simplifying and improving your CPD experience
We’re always looking for ways to enhance and streamline our CPD program to make sure your experience is simpler, stronger and seamless.
We’ve made even more improvements to your myCPD, saving you time and personalising your experience.
- Personalised search – select your learning interests for a refined search based on your preferences
- Bookmarks – save time and find courses seamlessly by bookmarking the activities that interest you
- Notifications – set and customise reminders for CPD activities so you never miss out
- Attendance certificates – easily upload attendance certificates to your CPD record history, saving you time and keeping them all in one place
Try the new myCPD features today.
What you need to know
Visit our FAQs page and find out how to join our CPD program and information about the new triennium.
new triennium faq's
Triennium requirements and the GP Handbook
View the new
2020-22 triennium requirements and download a copy of the GP Handbook
Managing my CPD
Visit the webpage to find out all you need to know
about CPD accredited and CPD activities.
Medicare administer a range of government programs
and services for GPs and requires some GPs to participate.
General practitioners with specific requirements
GPs can be involved in many varied specific requirement areas
only some have Medicare items that require specific requirements to be met.
Basic Life Support (BLS)
The BLS requirement is to ensure all Australian GPs maintain their skills
and competency to perform BLS procedures when required.
GP feedback to the RACGP – In confidence
This form is for GPs who would like to provide adverse feedback on a CPD education activity that they have attended.
Please email to: email@example.com