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What is 'acceleration' of part-time training?

Generally, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) accepts that value of experience gained in general practice experience is not easily measured in time.

As such, the college has a procedure for 'accelerating' time spent in part-time training in general practice so students can meet the time requirements of the program.

Acceleration of part-time training is only applicable to part-time work done in general practice settings.

To apply for acceleration you will need to keep logs and diaries of your training activities.

The precise requirements and criteria for accelerating part-time training will depend on your stage of training and the requirements of your regional training organisation (RTO).

Find out more about the AGPT program here.

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