How to apply
Applications for 2022 have now closed. Applications for the AGPT 2023 will open in early 2022.
RACGP 2022 intake is now closed
ACRRM 2022 intake is now closed
The Australian General Practice is the most popular program for achieving fellowship as a general practitioner. The training program is funded by the Australian Government for qualified doctors who want to specialise as general practitioners.
There are two intakes per year and you need to apply for the GP college of your choice (or both).
The program is based on an apprenticeship model and as a GP trainee you will be working as a GP in an accredited training facility, getting paid while you are training towards fellowship. Training takes place in a range of hospital and general practice settings in rural, regional and metropolitan areas.
During your training period you will get the support you need from our highly experienced medical educators and GP supervisors.
The AGPT Program selection process for 2022 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 protected] .
General Practice Training Tasmania
GPTT provides innovative, best practice training to the highest national standards to develop outstanding GPs. Known for its high quality, well-organised program – GPTT provides unique educational experiences throughout the beautiful island state of Tasmania.
We are known for our high quality, well-organised program with unique and diverse educational opportunities. Along with the broad, strong educational program, GPTT is also known for communication, consulting and counselling skills training. These have become key features of the Tasmanian program and our registrars place great value on this integrated program delivered by our specialist group of medical educators with special interest in this area.
RACGP 2022 Applicants
|10:00 AM AEST Monday 21 March||Applications Open|
|11:59 PM AEST Tuesday 19 April||Applications Close|
|Tuesday 24 May||Final intake eligibility finalisation|
|Tuesday 14 June – Thursday 16 June||First Intake National Entry Assessment|
|Thursday 7 July – Tuesday 12 July||Applicant preference change period|
|Thursday 14 July||RTOs and applicants advised of interview allocations|
|Friday 15 July – Friday 22 July||RTOs schedule first intake interviews with applicants|
|Saturday 23 July – Sunday 7 August||First intake interviews|
|Monday 8 August – Thursday 18 August||First intake offer management by RTOs|
|Friday 19 August||First intake offers finalised|
On successful College assessment candidates will be contacted by GPTT and will be asked to confirm the following:
- Interview date and time (will be online)
- Nominate for (optional) North West Program
GPTT North West Program for RACGP Applicants
The GPTT North West Program was established to promote the training and lifestyle benefits of working in General Practice in Tasmania’s North West and offers to applicants the opportunity to undertake their training in one of Tasmania’s most beautiful rural locations and experience some key benefits.
Registrars will 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.
Benefits of the North West Program
All applicants who select the North West program will be favourably considered during the GPTT the selection process.
Other key benefits of this program include:
- Support to stay within the region throughout training
- Access to existing rural benefits
- Scholarship support opportunities to undertake education courses
To enquire about the North West program please contact [email protected]
The following practices are within the North West region:
Search: North West RACGP practices