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2015 AGPT Intake
For information about the AGPT application and selection process for 2015 please visit the GPET website. Applications for the AGPT 2015 Intake will open 10:00am AEST 14 April 2014 and close 10:00am AEST 9 May 2014.
CSQTC will be delivering some Junior Doctor Education Seminars on GP-related topics at hospitals in our training region during the remainder of 2014, where doctors can also find out more about the AGPT Program. Click here for details about upcoming CSQTC hospital seminars. CSQTC will also be delivering AGPT information sessions throughout hospitals in our region, from March to May 2014.
If you have queries about a future AGPT intake, please visit the GPET website for comprehensive responses about the AGPT Selection Process. If however, your query is not answered there, or if you have a question pertaining directly to training with CSQTC, please submit an Applicant Enquiry form.
|Want to find out more about training with CSQTC? To find out more about training with CSQTC go to the CSQTC Applicants page or if you have specific questions, go directly to our Applicant Enquiry form.|
If you are a prevocational doctor who wants to ‘try before you buy’ go to our Prevocational General Practice Placement Program (PGPPP) page. If you are a medical student go to our Medical Students page.
(OTDNET) Overseas Trained Doctor National Education and Training
Are you an Overseas Trained Doctor working towards specialist registration with either RACGP or ACRRM? Visit our web page to learn how CSQTC may be able to provide support.
Interested in Training GP Registrars?
If your general practice is interested in training GP Registrars or PGPPP doctors go to our Practice Selection page. If your clinic practices a specialised area of medicine and is interested in training GP Registrars go to our Extended Skills page.
CSQTC’s Training Region and Training Practice Locations
To find out more about CSQTC’s training region and for details of our available Training Practices go to our Interactive Training Practice map. If you have a special interest and wish to work in a community special skills post, go to our Extended Skills Opportunities page for more details.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
To find out more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Training with CSQTC, including the location of our Aboriginal Medical Service Training Practices, go to our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Training page.
Training for Rural and Remote Practice
CSQTC encourages all GP Registrars to experience training in rural and/or remote areas. Whether you have chosen to undertake a 6 month rural placement, or you have chosen to attain a rural Fellowship, further information can be found on our Rural and Remote Medicine Training page.
If you cannot find what you are looking for, you can:
- direct your general enquiry at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on (07) 3552 8100
- direct your specific enquiry to a staff member by viewing the contact us page
- search our FAQs for specific answers and scenarios
CSQTC is a not-for-profit public company limited by guarantee providing the AGPT and PGPP programs which are funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.