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Basic Training is the first step to become a physician. Learn more about the program and how to apply.
Advanced Training is the final step to become a physician. Learn more about the 38 specialties, program requirements and how to apply or re-register.
Examinations test your knowledge and clinical skills on your path to become a physician. Learn more about key dates, how to apply and how to prepare.
Curricula outline the learning objectives and knowledge, skills, attitudes and behaviours required from graduates.
Important dates for applying to Basic and Advanced Training.
Developmental and Psychosocial training develops your understanding of child development. Learn more about the training and how to apply.
The Recognition of Prior Learning process allows previous experience to be formally recognised towards Basic Training. Find out how to apply.
Flexible training options are available for trainees. Learn more about part-time training, interrupted training and withdrawing from training.
Browse the full list of RACP-accredited hospitals and health service settings.
Learn more about our education policies, research, evaluation and professional behaviour standards.
Our training programs include work-based assessments for your day-to-day performance. Learn more about the assessments, tools and resources.
The Physician Training Survey allows trainees and educators to share their views. Learn more about the survey and past results.
Learn more about your responsibilities as a trainee.
Learn more about resources and services available to support you throughout training.
Browse presentations and resources developed to support your continued learning.
The Specialist Training Program aims to increase training for specialist registrars outside traditional hospitals. Learn more about the program.