Advice on GPET programs
GPET wishes to confirm the advice of the Commonwealth Budget 2014-15, that the company's essential functions will be absorbed into the Department of Health on 1 January 2015. It is expected that GPET will cease operations at 31 December 2014. In terms of its essential functions, please note that the Prevocational General Practice Placements program (PGPPP) will cease at the end of 2014. There will be no PGPPP placements in 2015. In relation to the AGPT program, there will be an additional 300 funded training places available for the 2015 intake (a total of 1500 funded training places). OTDNET will continue as per the current arrangements.
Our programs include: PGPPP, the AGPT program, OTDNET and GPRIP.
For junior doctors in hospitals, keen to try out general practice as a rotation.
The full general practice training program delivered nationally for registrars.
For overseas trained doctors seeking general medical registration and/or support towards fellowship.
Australian Government incentive payments for registrars working in remote or rural areas.