(Four to six years)
ACRRM GP training
Four years, consisting of:
RACGP GP training
Three years, consisting of:
You can undertake an academic training term while completing Advanced Specialised Training.
Incorporating an academic training term during PRRT
is considered on a case by case basis.
Learn about the specific health needs of rural and remote communities, and develop skills to meet those needs.
FARGP is an additional 12 months of training during your GP training with RACGP; FARGP can also be undertaken post-fellowship.
PLEASE NOTE: The FARGP is being transitioned to FRACGP-RG from 2021, read more here.
You can apply for an academic post after your first general practice term.
The post is usually for 12 months and is undertaken concurrently with a general practice placement.
The term can be undertaken as a part of your extended skills (EST) component, as extended training time, or as a FARGP ARST if approved.