An accredited setting is a hospital or health service that is approved by the RACP as a setting for Basic and Advanced Trainees to complete their training.
In 2021, the new RACP Training Provider Standards and Basic Training Accreditation Requirements take effect.
View the standards, criteria and documentation needed to apply for RACP accreditation for Advanced Training for networks and settings.
The implementation of our new Accreditation Program begins in 2020 in settings offering the Basic Training Program.
Learn more about how we use accreditation to monitor training settings' capacity to train.
An accredited setting provides a trainee with:
- access to quality supervision during training
- the opportunity to improve on clinical skills and knowledge
- continuing education and research opportunities
The RACP assesses all hospitals and health services that apply to become accredited settings to ensure they meet the criteria to provide training.