Exploring the ACRRM college pathway
The ACRRM AGPT Fellowship pathway offers rural pathway training opportunities including rural generalist training.
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The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine is committed to delivering sustainable, high-quality health services to rural and remote communities.
The ACRRM AGPT fellowship pathway is four years in duration. Training is undertaken in a combination of hospital and general practice community settings.
Rural pathways are available under the ACRRM AGPT pathway.
NSW and ACT offers a diverse range of training locations and experiences. There are three training regions to choose from, which are divided into subregions led by regional medical education teams. Registrars are allocated to a subregion based on their preference and score at the time of offer into the program, and undertake their GP term training within their subregion.
Under the ACRRM fellowship pathway, training time may be able to be reduced by up to 24 months.
During the ACRRM training program registrars are required to complete specific hospital rotations.
Part-time training options are available under the ACRRM fellowship pathway.
Please see the Full-time and Part-time FAQs for more information.
During training, registrars participate in a range of formative assessments to monitor and provide feedback about their performance.
- Procedural Logbook (online)
- Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) ($1,600)
- Multi-source feedback (MSF) ($500)
- Case Based Discussion (CBD) ($2,000)
- Structured assessment using multiple patient scenarios (StAMPS) ($3,200)
- Advanced Specialised Training curricula assessments specific to your chosen AST (Cost $3200 TBC).
See the ACRRM website for detailed and the most up-to-date information.
Initial ACRRM AGPT application fee: $700
AGPT program fees: $0 - The AGPT program is funded by the Australian Government
Annual RACGP membership fee - GP registrars: $430 approx
Fellowship exams: $10,000 approx (excluding advanced skills training assessments)
Please visit the ACRRM website for the most up-to-date information.