How to apply

Apply to train in general practice with WAGPET.

Applications for 2022 will open on Monday 22 March 2021 at 10am (AEDT) and will close at 11:59pm (AEST) Tuesday 20 April 2021.


An ACRRM fellowship is designed to expose registrars to a diverse range of health issues to prepare them for the challenges of rural and remote healthcare.


Offering both a general or rural pathway option, the RACGP fellowship is designed to equip doctors with the skills and knowledge they need to practise as a GP in both metropolitan and rural locations.

WA Rural Generalist

The WA Rural Generalist (WARG) program is open to junior doctors who have chosen a career in general practice and have a passion and commitment to the broadest scope of medical care - including emergency medicine in a rural hospital setting, advanced care in specialty areas, and comprehensive community general practice.  It’s medicine with meaning. For more information about the WARG program, visit the WARG website here.

How to apply for the AGPT program


Application open.
Apply via ACRM and/or RACGP websites.

ACRRM applications submit a written Suitable Assessment, answering five essay style Selection Criteria.


Applications close.

ACRRM suitability assessments due


ACRRM and RACGP assess your eligibility for the AGPT.

Eligibility is determined by your citizenship status, medical qualification and medical registration.


RACGP applicants sit CAKKT exam.

The CAAKT exam is a multiple-choice test comprising of medical knowledge based and situational judgement questions. The exam is bas at hospital intern knowledge level.


Result processing occurs and WAGPET is notified of eligible candidates to be interviewed.

Eligibility candidates will receive and email from WAGPET prompting them to choose a date and time of their interview.


Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs) take place at WAGPET’s Bentley office.

MMI’s are a series of six short interview where applicants have two minutes to read a scenario and eight minutes to respond to it face-to-face with an interviewer.


Applicants are offered training places by way of an emailed Letter of Offer, Acceptance of Offer form, Register Declaration and Training Plan.

*unsuccessful applicants are also notified.


Letter of Offer and completed Acceptance of Offer, Registrar Declaration and Training Plans returned by applicants.