Information about basic training, including what it is, what's involved, and how to apply.
The RACP provides physician training in 38 specialties across all our Divisions, Faculties and Chapters.Access Advanced Training Program Handbooks for program overviews, to apply or re-register, program requirements and additional resources.
RACP curricula outline the learning objectives and associated knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviours required from graduates of RACP training programs.
Important dates for applying to Basic Training and Advanced Training.
Developmental and Psychosocial training information for Australian and New Zealand trainees.
Recognition of Prior Learning is the formal recognition of experience obtained prior to entry in an RACP training program.
The RACP provides a number flexible training options for trainees. Find out more about flexible training options, and eligibility.
See the full list of hospitals and health service settings that are RACP-accredited for Basic and Advanced Physician Training.
Find out more about education policies, curricula advisory groups, basic training curricula reviews, educational governance reviews, and educational research and evaluation.
All RACP training programs include work-based assessments to asses a trainee’s day-to-day performance in their workplace.
Access resources and services for the support of trainees.
Access presentations and learning resources developed and provided for RACP trainees.