The Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program is an Australian Government-funded initiative which provides training for registrars to move from general registration to specialist general practitioner registration.
The AGPT program is three to four years of full-time training offered in urban, regional and rural locations delivered through regional training providers (RTPs) across Australia.
The two vocational training endpoints of the AGPT program, recognised by Medicare Australia, are: Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) and Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM).
For more information about the AGPT program click on the link to download the 2014 AGPT Handbook (PDF 3.03 MB)
Applications for the 2014 Australian General Practice Training program
Applications for the 2014 AGPT program are now closed.
For information about the application process please download the resources at the following links:
- 2014 AGPT Applicant Guide (PDF 2.89 MB) - for detailed information for doctors who would like to apply for the 2014 AGPT program
- AGPT Applicant Declaration - revised (PDF 98KB) - upon submission of your online application, you agree to be bound by this Applicant Declaration and its schedules for the duration of the AGPT program. The Applicant Declaration has been revised for the 2014 AGPT program, please ensure you read and understand it fully before submitting your application
- 2014 AGPT FAQs (PDF) - for frequently asked questions regarding the AGPT application and selection process
- 2014 AGPT Key Dates (PDF 266 KB) - for a full list of key dates for the 2014 AGPT application and selection process
- 2014 AGPT Training Place Distribution (PDF 308 KB) - for a list of available training positions with each regional training provider (RTP)
- RTP contact details - contact details for each regional training provider (RTP)
- Other useful links