Choose your ideal pathway to GP fellowship

If GP is calling you, pick the best pathway for your interests and career goals. You can pick to undertake your GP training on the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program, offered by ACRRM and RACGP. If you're passionate about rural medicine, choose the WA Rural Generalist (WARG) pathway, which you do as part of your training on the AGPT program.

Overseas-trained and non-vocationally registered doctors who are looking to work as GPs in Australia can obtain their GP fellowship through the Practice Experience Program (PEP).

Undertake your GP training with WAGPET in Western Australia and you will have access to the very best medical educators, highly experienced GPs in the local community.

When you train with us, we are here to help you progress through every stage of your vocational training in general practice. We will support you on your journey, ensuring it is challenging, safe and rewarding.

Australian General Practice Training program

A first-class training pathway to general practice

On the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program, you can become specialised as a GP. Training takes place in hospital and community GP settings over three to four years.

WA Rural Generalist Pathway

Specialise in rural health as a GP

Rural generalists ensure equal health access in regional, rural and remote Australia by providing the community with primary care and specialised care in specialties, such as obstetrics and emergency medicine.

Practice Experience Program

A self-directed program for overseas doctors

The RACGP Practice Experience Program (PEP) is a self-directed education program designed to support non vocationally registered (non-VR) doctors on their pathway to RACGP Fellowship.

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