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We're your CPD Home

As of 1 January 2023, all Australian medical practitioners will need to select a CPD home and meet the CPD requirements of that home.

A CPD home is an organisation accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) to provide a CPD program for medical practitioners.

We have a long history as an AMC accredited CPD provider for both physicians and paediatricians in Australia. We understand how to support you to meet your specialist regulatory requirements, and we can offer our members tailored guidance throughout the annual CPD cycle.


There are plenty of benefits of completing your CPD through us, including access to:

  • the MyCPD platform so you can easily record your CPD activities and view your progress
  • helpful templates, the MyCPD framework, and our interactive handbook to breakdown your CPD requirements
  • the RACP Online Learning platform, which has a wide range of quality resources, curated collections, and self-paced online courses
  • expert support from our CPD team
  • the RACP Online Community (ROC) and Mentor Match program to help you to connect with peers

How do I make the RACP my CPD home?

If you're already participating in our MyCPD program, you don’t need to do anything to keep us as your CPD home. You can start or continue logging your activities via the MyCPD platform.

Physicians who hold dual Fellowships with the RACP and another specialist medical college will need to select a CPD home which best meets their scope of practice. Note that CPD activities recorded in your chosen CPD home will need to reflect each specialty or scope of practice.

The RACP MyCPD program is suitable for medical practitioners practising in an RACP specialty regardless of registration type. To join the RACP MyCPD program, complete and submit the CPD User enrolment form (DOC).

If you're unsure about your CPD requirements, please refer to The Medical Board of Australia’s revised CPD registration standard or The Medical Council of New Zealand’s (MCNZ) Te Kaunihera Rata o Aotearoa strengthened recertification requirements for guidance.

Alternatively, you can contact us for further information and tailored support.

Support and resources

By choosing to do your CPD through the RACP, we'll support you to comply with your CPD requirements – whatever your individual circumstances may be. You may already be completing activities that meet the new CPD requirements in your everyday practice and we can help you identify these.

Simply visit the CPD homepage or call us on +61 (0)2 9256 5444 to get started.

Members can also reference the MyCPD 2023 Framework and interactive handbook and find other useful documents and templates on RACP Online Learning. Plus, you'll find resources to guide you through the requirements of the new CPD categories two and three, and a recording of the 2023 MyCPD Framework Explained webinar. You can also use the professional development plan (PDP) template to map out your learning goals and CPD activities for the year ahead.

Colleagues in private practice have reviewed the audit curated collection to determine what best suits their scope of practice, and those in solo practice can use the RACP Online Community (ROC) to connect with peers.

Continue learning with the RACP

Your Fellowship means you belong to the RACP MyCPD Home. You have never stopped learning. We’re here to make sure that continues.

My RACP. MyCPD Home.
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