Important Information

1. EVGPT encourages new applicants to read the AGPT and EVGPT Training Policies which can be found here.

2. Being accepted into the AGPT program does not guarantee a GP term placement in 2023 due to the limited availability of placements.

3. To be considered to commence general practice training (Year 2), applicants must have met the hospital requirements including paediatrics and provide copies of hospital rotation letters or letters of service listing all rotations completed in Australia and/or New Zealand. See an example here.

4. Alternatively, applicants may choose to commence in a hospital or extended training skills

5. Transfers – Transfers between training regions or from rural pathway to general pathway will not be possible during the nominated training period unless in exceptional or unforeseen circumstances. Applicants should read the EVGPT Policy on dealing with transfers.ED-Org-8.16-AGPT-Program-Transfers*

6. EVGPT does not accept applicants on any temporary visa subclass TSS.*

*Current as of 21 December 2021

Transition to College-led Training

The two GP Colleges, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM) will be taking over the delivery of the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program from 1 February, 2023.

College AGPT FAQs

RACGP and ACRRM have jointly developed a FAQs document to address questions about the 2023 AGPT Program.

Click here to read the College AGPT FAQs

More information

For more information about transition to College-led Training visit the relevant College website.

RACGP Website

ACRRM Website

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