Accreditation to train GP Registrars
ACRRM and RACGP Accrediation
Practices can be choose to be accredited by one, or both, of the Colleges to train GP registrars.
RACGP AccreditationTraining Practices accredited by the RACGP for GP training are accredited at one of two levels.
- Level 1: Training Practices accredited at this level can host Doctors in Training at all levels of GP training. GP registrars in their first two GP training terms (Basic and Advanced terms) require additional supervision, education and support from their GP supervisor and this is reflected in the criteria for these Training Practices.
- Level 2: Training Practices accredited at this level are only accredited to host Doctors in Training in their third GP training term and beyond (Subsequent term, Extended Skills and Awaiting Fellowship).
Please read the RACGP Standards for Trainers and Training Posts for full details of the standards to be met by GPs and Practices to become involved in General Practice training.
More information is available on the RACGP website.
Rural Practices and GPs who meet the ACRRM Standards for Teaching Posts and Teachers in rural and remote medicine can apply to WAGPET for consideration as a Training Practice.
The ACRRM criteria for a training post include:
- located in a rural or remote location (RA 2-5)
- provide appropriate training resources and be suitably equipped to support teaching
- have a documented teaching plan and provide structured dedicated clinical teaching
- provide a range of clinical learning opportunities
- evaluates the training provided to improve quality
The ACRRM criteria for a GP supervisor include:
- sufficient qualifications to act as a supervisor or mentor
- minimum of five years general practice experience in a rural or remote setting
- demonstrated commitment and abilities as a teacher.
Please read the ACRRM Standards for Teaching Posts and Teachers for full details of the standards to be met by GPs and practices to become involved in rural General Practice training.
More information is available from the ACRRM website.
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