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Advice and guidelines for GPs and practice teams to help protect general practice information systems
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Extension of program time
In some situations, you may need an extension of program time to satisfactorily complete a stage of training, sit or re-sit Fellowship exams, or to regain an appropriate level of competence after an extended period of leave. If your program team decides you need an extension, they’ll discuss this with you before applying this to your profile.
If you’re completing the rural generalist training, you have access to an additional 52 calendar weeks that can be used for extensions for training and assessment purposes and category 2 leave.
If you apply for an extension to satisfactorily complete a stage of training, your program team will advise you of the education and training requirements that need to be met for satisfactory completion during this extension.
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