AGPT applications are now closed
Applications for the 2021 Australian General Practice Training Program (AGPT) are now closed.
If you completed your AGPT application - well done! Your GP college is currently assessing your eligibility for the program, ensuring that you have:
- General registration, or eligibility to be granted it by the time you are due to commence the training program in January 2021.
- Australian or New Zealand Citizenship or permanent residency.
If you didn’t apply this time you will have the opportunity to do so when applications reopen in August 2020, Final Intake dates will be made available in the coming weeks. Click here and leave your details if you would like us to stay in touch with you about this.
What's next if you applied?
Keep an eye on your inbox, you'll be notified by your college of your eligibility and progression onto the next application stage by Tuesday, 2 June 2020.
If you're an RACGP applicant, your next application stage is the Candidate Assessment and Applied Knowledge Test (CAAKT) exam. The exam period is Thursday, 25 June to Saturday, 27 June. You'll be able to pick the date, time and location of your exam.
What is the CAAKT exam? Click here to find out more. At this stage, the CAAKT exam is going ahead as usual, the RACGP will update you should this change.
If you have applied for ACRRM there are no further assessments until the Multi Mini Interviews (MMI) interviews in late July/August.
For more information or questions
We understand you might have some more questions. You can contact one of our friendly team members in a number of ways:
“I would recommend training in WA, especially if you're looking for an adventure or a unique experience and you’re willing to give rural work a go. If you’re open minded about new experiences, there is so much that can be gained from taking on a challenge. I'm constantly amazed at rural generalist GPs that have been working in the field for years. The knowledge that they have and the cases they know how to deal with are astounding at times. It really is a diverse career and you never know where it will take you.”
Dr Ann-Marie Baker, RACGP registrar