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Who needs to submit an RPL application?

All GP registrars who do not intend to complete 52 weeks of hospital training (generally with a maximum of 26 weeks in any one discipline) while enrolled in an Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program will need to submit a recognition of prior learning (RPL) application.

It is recommended that you discuss your RPL application with your medical educator at your regional training organisation (RTO).

Find out more about RPL.

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