You're responsible for organising all necessary documentation for submission by the deadline. We recommend that you keep a copy of your application for future reference.
See program key dates for trainees and supervisors.
Late applications will be considered up to 1 month after the deadline.
Applications received 1 month after the deadline won’t be considered unless exceptional circumstances can be demonstrated in line with the Special Considerations for Assessment Policy.
Late applications may incur a fee.
Late fees won't apply if supervisor approval is pending after the deadline.
The standard annual membership fees apply.
Visit MyRACP to pay or view previous training program payments.
About your training position
Core training must be undertaken at accredited settings.
Once you have secured a training position, you must prospectively apply for approval as per the Progression through Training Policy.
Paediatric core training positions may be limited. To increase training options, paediatric Advanced Trainees can undertake a maximum of 12 months of core training at an overseas training setting that has been prospectively accredited or recognised to provide the training equivalent to core training in Australia or Aotearoa New Zealand.
The College is not involved in the recruitment and selection of trainees. Our role is to set and monitor standards for selection and provide advice to settings and their selection committees.
Training approval and certification
Approval of training periods are determined by the Advanced Training Committee (ATC) in Gastroenterology and the Aotearoa New Zealand Advanced Training Subcommittee (ATS) in Gastroenterology. To be approved, your individual training program must be consistent with the training requirements and appropriate for the stage of training you have reached.
Upon completion of each rotation or calendar year of training, the ATC/ATS reviews your progress according to the training requirements. If you have satisfactorily completed all training requirements, the ATC/ATS will certify that training period.
See variations in training for processes covering dual, joint, conjoint and post-Fellowship training.
See flexible training options for information on part-time training, interruptions to training, withdrawing from training and time limits.
Rotation or supervision changes
Changes to your rotation require you to submit a new application form (if online registration is closed) to your training committee as soon as possible. This includes any changes to settings, dates of rotations and flexible training arrangements.
Change to your supervision must be notified as soon as possible by submitting a Supervisor Details Amendment Form (DOC).
Some changes may require a review of the approval decision and can affect the certification of your training.