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Practice Experience Program is a self-directed education program designed to support non vocationally registered doctors on their pathway to RACGP Fellowship
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This guidance document details the principles and processes to transition the FARGP qualification to the new Rural Generalist qualification Fellowship of the RACGP Rural Generalist (FRACGP-RG).
This guidance document applies to registrars on the AGPT program training in either the RACGP or ACRRM and will be applicable until the transition to College Led Training 1 February 2023
This guidance document provides further information to the process covered in clause 5.5 (Extension to Transition) of the AGPT Program Extension of Training Time Policy 2020 regarding transition of a Australian General Practice Training Program registrar to the Practice Experience Program – Standard Stream (PEP Standard) .
Specialist international medical graduates (SIMGs) seeking to enter the PEP Specialist Stream must complete the Comparability Assessment
A learning plan is a document designed to help you reflect upon and structure your learning for success in examinations and your career in general practice
This document outlines the processes by which Regional Training Organisations may meet the RACGP’s Vocational Training Pathway practice diversity requirement
The document aims to inform applicants for the AGPT Program of the criteria for assessment of their application and the stages of the selection process
Regional Training Organisations (RTOs) may apply for financial assistance and advisory/consultative services from the RACGP to support a registrar enrolled in (AGPT)
Applicants for the General Practice Experience (GPE) Pathway and Specialist Pathway Program (SPP) – Category 3 must complete an application for assessment
This guidance document explains how Registrars in the Vocational Training Pathway apply for Fellowship of the RACGP
Registrars may apply to have some of their previous training in hospital and community posts recognised as credit towards the requirements of the Vocational Training Pathway
Everything you need to know about applying for recognition of prior learning in a series of FAQs
This guidance document provides further information on the appeal procedure
This guidance document details RACGP’s requirements for basic life support (BLS) courses and advanced life support (ALS) courses
This guidance document provides the RACGP’s principles of comprehensive Australian general practice in relation to general practice training.
A series of FAQs based on the exam attempts policy
This guidance document provides further information on fulfilling the RACGP’s GP in Training (GPiT) membership requirements
The RACGP will grant Academic Registrars leave from the Academic Post (AP) Program only in the case of extenuating and unforeseen circumstances and Category 1 leave as provided for under the AGPT Program Leave Policy, and as per the Fair Work Act 2009
This document provides details of the hospital disciplines and competencies a doctor must achieve during their time in hospital training prior to commencing General Practice terms in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program
This document is to be used as a Guidance Document when requesting alternatives to or exemptions from Workplace Based Assessments (WBAs) during the Practice Experience Program – Standard Stream (PEP Standard).
This document provides guidance to participants as to the kind of circumstances which may qualify under the definition of extenuating and unforeseen circumstances
This document outlines the requirements which must be met in order for a participant to be eligible for such an extension as per the Practice Experience Program Phase 2 Progression Policy
Practice Experience Program Specialist Stream (PEP SP) participants are required to complete the educational components of the program to a satisfactory standard
The Standard Stream Satisfactory Completion Framework describes the criteria against which this requirement is measured, both in relation to term progress reports and final reports
The RACGP aims to accommodate all candidates with exceptional circumstances that appreciably exceed the pressures experienced by other candidates in assessment and examination settings
This guidance document provides further information on the application process for special arrangements in the RACGP Assessments and Examinations
Readiness to sit RACGP examinations requires the satisfactory completion of all of the vocational training provider’s training requirements
This guidance document provides further information on the appeals procedures
Registrars can apply to complete the concurrent clinical component of the academic post term part-time
This guidance document aims to provide context specific support to Training Organisations, registrars and the Australian Defence Force (ADF) on managing the requirements for the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program while also training in the ADF.
All general practitioners training with the RACGP are required to meet the requirements outlined in the RACGP Curriculum for the management of trauma
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