Each regional training organisation (RTO) has unique characteristics. It's important you research to find one which fits career goals and needs.
Some of the things to consider when researching RTOs include:
- Training region
- Accredited training practices, training hospitals
- GP educators
- The placement process
- The training support the RTO offers
- Part-time study options
- Available training pathways - General Pathway or Rural Pathway
- Specialised training opportunities
- Advanced rural skills posts
- Exam support
- Indigenous health training opportunities
- Academic posts
- Testimonials from current and former registrars
All RTOs will meet the standards of AGPT training for GP fellowship of the two medical colleges - the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM) and The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).
Visit AGPT's website to find a training provider.