Information about basic training, including what it is, what's involved, and how to apply.
Advanced Training builds on the knowledge and skills gained during your previous specialist training to equip you to practise as a Physician in Australia or New Zealand.
All training portals can be accessed from this page.
Important dates for applying to Basic Training and Advanced Training.
Examination dates for trainees.
Information about types of assessment, standards for assessment, and examination dates for Training Programs.
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.
Find out more about education policies, curricula advisory groups, basic training curricula reviews, educational governance reviews, and educational research and evaluation.
Access resources and services for the support of trainees.
Learn more about the prizes, grants, scholarships, and fellowships offered by the RACP.
The Australian Government Specialist Training Program (STP) is a Federal Government initiative to increase training posts for specialists outside traditional public teaching hospitals, providing an annual trainee salary contribution of $100,000 per post.
Learn more about accredited training sites, and how you can apply for a position at an accredited training site.
Find out more about the accreditation criteria for Basic and Advanced Training sites.