What is Advanced Training?
Advanced Training (Divisions, Faculties or Chapters) 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. Advanced Trainees complete their training in one of 33 diverse medical specialties.
After completing Advanced Training, you will be eligible to practise as a qualified specialist in Australia or New Zealand.
What Advanced Training Programs are available?
The RACP offers Advanced Training in 33 diverse medical specialties across different Divisions, Chapters and Faculties of the RACP. See the full list of RACP Advanced Training programs.
Am I eligible for Advanced Training?
Each Advanced Training program has specific eligibility criteria that you will need to meet before you apply to start your training.
Find out more about the eligibility requirements for Advanced Training.
How do I apply to start Advanced Training?
New trainees need to apply to start Advanced Training. Division, Chapter and Faculty training programs have different eligibility criteria and processes to apply to start Advanced Training.
Find out more about applying to start Advanced Training.
How do I apply to re-register for Advanced Training?
Advanced Trainees must apply to re-register each year for Advanced Training. Division, Chapter and Faculty training programs have different application processes to apply to re-register for Advanced Training.
Find out more about re-registering for Advanced Training.
Advanced Training Programs
*A – Trainees must complete Basic Training in Adult Internal Medicine to complete this specialty training program
*P – Trainees must complete Basic Training in Paediatrics & Child Health to complete this specialty training program
*NZ – Trainees must be appointed to an appropriate New Zealand based training position to complete this specialty program
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