Key Dates for final intake of 2020
|Final intake Applications open||10am Monday 2 September, 2019|
|Final intake Applications close||3pm Monday 23 September, 2019|
|Final date to release eligible applicants to ACRRM and the RACGP||Friday 11 October, 2019|
|Final intake offers||Friday 6 Decmber, 2019|
|Final outcomes due to the department||Monday 9 December, 2019|
The AGPT Program selection process for 2019 is jointly led by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
For ACRRM selection queries, please email email@example.com .
The Department of Health is responsible for assessing an applicant’s eligibility for the AGPT Program. For further information on the eligibility requirements to join the AGPT Program, visit the following page within the AGPT website http://www.agpt.com.au/Junior-doctors/Australian-General-Practice-Training–AGPT–program/New-Applicants/Application-and-selection-process/Stage
Please note the following key dates for GPTT 2020 Selection Interviews to be held in Tasmania.
|GPTT 2020 Selection Interviews|
|ACRRM||TBC||Burnie, Rural Clinical School|
|RACGP||TBC||Burnie, Rural Clinical School|
In the online application, applicants will select their preferred Regional Training Organisation (RTO).
Eligibility will then be checked with the Department of Health. If eligible you will then move through to the assessment stage with the relevant College.
Applicants who preference GPTT and are successful in their College assessment will be interviewed by GPTT.
All applicants will select either RACGP or ACRRM pathway.
RACGP 2020 Applicants
Pre- Interview with GPTT
On successful College assessment candidates will be contacted by GPTT and will be asked to confirm the following:
Candidates interviewing in Burnie will be eligible for an interview support package offered by HR+ the Tasmanian health workforce agency. Depending on your circumstances, this may include assistance with cost of flights for yourself and your partner, accommodation, assistance with transport, opportunities to meet with potential practices and a tour of the region. To discuss this further please contact Fran Robinson at HR+ on firstname.lastname@example.org
GPTT North West Program
Registrars who commit to this program undertake placement in Tasmania’s North West for the first 12 months of their community practice. This could comprise of any combination of GP Terms 1 and/or 2 and /or a community based extended skills post. Applicants who select the North West program will be favorably considered during the GPTT the selection process.
North West Program Policy
Other key benefits of this program include:
The following practices are within the North West region:
Search: North West RACGP practices