Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program

The Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program trains medical registrars in general practice. Registrars who achieve their fellowship under the program can work as GPs anywhere in Australia. Find out about the program, who is eligible and how to apply.

From February 2023, the AGPT Program is transitioning to a college-led model. To find out more, see the AGPT Program Reforms

Learn about the program

Read about the AGPT Program, who is eligible and how to apply.

See how the program works

Find out where you can train, how long it will take and what training you can do.

Check the application process

Find information on eligibility, where you can train and how to apply.

Find our policies and forms

Read about the program in greater detail in all the policies.

Latest resources

Latest resources

AGPT Program National Report on the 2022 National Registrar Survey

Each year, we give medical registrars training under the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) Program the chance to have their say. This report gives the national results of the 2022 National Registrar Survey.

Transition of the Australian General Practice Training Program

This document is for training practices, supervisors and registrars to receive support payments through the new payment system. The new support payments will commence from semester 1 2023 and will be paid through a Services Australia payment system.

National Consistent Payments Framework – question, enquiries and answer for registrars

This document includes questions and answers for the payment arrangements under the college-led AGPT program take effect from Semester 1, 2023.

National Consistent Payments Framework – question and answer for practices

This document includes questions and answers for the payment arrangements under the college-led AGPT program take effect from Semester 1, 2023.
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