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Can I change my GP training to part-time or full-time?

Yes. You do not have to remain in part-time or full-time training for the entire training program. In fact, many registrars switch between full-time and part-time training, typically due to family or health reasons.

The AGPT program and GPTQ are very flexible when it comes to allowing changes in training status.

In full-time training, you train for a minimum of 38 hours per week. In part-time training, you train for a minimum of 14.5 hours a week.

Find out more about the AGPT program here.

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