ACRRM applicants who have been unsuccessful in obtaining a training place or declined a training offer in round 1, may be eligible to participate in round 2.
The timeframe for round 2 is very tight. Please monitor your email closely between 7 to 18 September 2017.
|7 Sept||ACRRM will contact eligible candidates regarding round 2|
|11 Sept||Eligible candidates’ ranked preferences due back to the ACRRM|
|12-18 Sept||GP Synergy will send successful applicants an offer.
Applicants must respond to the offer within the timeframe specified.
|18 Sept - 3 Oct||Successful applicants must have an induction meeting with GP Synergy (in person or by phone)|
NSW/ACT training vacancies in round 2
Places in round 2 are limited. Training places available in round 2 in NSW/ACT training regions (and subregions) are listed below.
Please note: If a training region and/or subregion is not listed below, places are not available in these areas in round 2.
|Training region||Pathway||Subregion||Places available|
|Lower Eastern NSW||Rural pathway||South Eastern NSW||1|
|North Eastern NSW||Rural pathway||North Coast||1|
|Western NSW||Rural pathway||Murrumbidgee and ACT||1|
How will training offers and subregion allocations be determined?
Within each NSW/ACT training region (Western NSW, North Eastern NSW and Lower Eastern NSW) there are different subregions. Applicants who are successful in being offered a training place will be allocated to a subregion on offer, and will be required to complete their GP term training within this subregion.
Training offers, and subregion allocation, will be made by on the basis of score (from stage 1 and stage 2 assessments) up to the number of training places available.
Further about our subregions and training location requirements is outlined in GP Synergy Applicant Pack, available upon signing up to our mailing list (opposite).
When will I know if I have been made an offer?
Applicants will be advised if they have been successful in being made an offer by 5pm AEST 18 September 2017.