RACGP CPD 2020-22 Triennium

Welcome to your CPD home
That is simpler, stronger, seamless

View the new Triennium requirements View the new Triennium requirements

The 2020-22 Triennium officially starts on the 1 January 2020.


New features to make your CPD experience even simpler

Our continuing professional development (CPD) program has continued to undergo changes and enhancement to ensure your experience is simpler and more seamless.

We’ve improved your CPD dashboard with three new features, making the Quick log functionality easier to manage and allowing you to record professional development undertaken in your everyday clinical practice:

  • Editing and deleting – manage Quick logs by deleting or editing records, ensuring your CPD is up to date and accurate.
  • RACGP website shortcut – easily submit and view CPD activities directly from the RACGP website. Whether you’re reading AJGP, registering for an RACGP event or reading clinical guidelines, logging these as CPD has never been easier.
  • Content accessibility – other areas of the RACGP website are now accessible from within your CPD dashboard. Check out the John Murtagh Library, access databases and resources such as DynaMed and browse through RACGP events directly from myCPD.

Try the new features now through your CPD dashboard.

try your CPD dashboard


What you need to know

Visit our FAQs page and find out what you need to
know about the new triennum.

new triennum faq's

What's new

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.

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What's new

What's coming in 2021?

An improved CPD Dashboard.



Medicare requirements

Medicare administer a range of government programs
and services for GPs and requires some GPs to participate.


What's new

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: cpd.national@racgp.org.au