Do you want to help mentor tomorrow’s future general practitioners? Do you have a passion for education and training? Partner with GPEx to become an accredited training practice/post.

General Practice (GP) Registrars enrolled in the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program are required to undertake their general practice terms / primary rural remote training terms, in an accredited Training Practice/Post.

Training Practices/Posts are accredited by either ACRRM or RACGP depending on their location and the range of experience they can offer the GP Registrar.

The benefits of participation

There are many benefits in becoming a Training Practice/Post with GPEx, some of which include:

  • Independent recognition that your practice has a high quality of care
  • Sustainable continuity of workforce to ensure healthy communities
  • Development of staff skills (knowledge share) and engage your practice team/s in quality and improvement
  • Building a culture of quality in your practice environment
  • Creating a gender diverse and multicultural practice culture.

Steps to becoming a Training Practice/Post

To become a Training Practice/Post with GPEx, all you need to do is contact the Accreditation Manager at GPEx. They will provide you with a suite of relevant information including a registration of interest form for you to complete.

Once your registration from has been submitted, the GPEx Accreditation Committee is responsible for overseeing the accreditation process.

We follow a structured 5 Step Accreditation Process that enables us to process applications quickly and efficiently.

Successful completion of the training post accreditation process will result in accreditation for a period of three years, subject to continuing compliance with the ACRRM or RACGP standards and meeting contractual obligations with GPEx.

If you are interested in becoming a Training Practice/Post, contact Accreditation Manager Emma McLeay today.

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