Training Practice Accreditation ClassificationsCSQTC Training Practices may be accredited with RACGP or ACRRM or both.
RACGP Level 1 Accreditation
- Accredited to offer placements to GP Registrars in General Practice Terms 1, 2 and 3 (GPT 1, GPT 2, GPT 3) as well as extended skills in general practice.
- Able to offer placements to GP Registrars who have completed their first 12 months FTE GP terms at anytime.
- Eligible to be considered for CSQTC's Matching and Allocation Process (MAP) each year.
- CSQTC reserves the right to include Level 1 Accredited Practices in the MAP according to our performance review process.
- Involvement in MAP will be indicated on the CSQTC Training Practice List each MAP cycle.
- If a Level 1 Practice has been invited and agreed to participate in MAP but only has room for one GP Registrar at any one time, then it is expected that this GP Registrar will be in their first 12 months (fte) GP Terms
- If a Level 1 Practice has been invited and agreed to participate in MAP has room for two GP Registrars at the same time, then one GP Registrar must be in their first 12 months (fte) GP Terms. The second GP Registrar could be a part-time GP Registrar in their first 12 months (FTE) GP Terms or a full-time or part-time GP Registrar who has complete their first 12 months (FTE) GP Terms.
- Able to offer placements at any time, to GP Registrars who have completed their first 12 months FTE GP terms.
- Not eligible to participate in MAP. Registrars in their first 12 months FTE of training can not undertake any RACGP training in a Level 2 Practice
- If a Practice is accredited for ACRRM training this will be indicated by a "Y" in the ACRRM Y/N column on the CSQTC Training Practice List.
- ACRRM accreditation applies to the 2 years of Primary Rural and Remote Training (PRRT). If a practice is ACRRM accredited it is eligible to offer placements to Registrars training towards FACCRM for any of PRRT 1,2 3, 4 (i.e. there is no level 1 and 2 in ACRRM accreditation).
- Registrars who are training towards both FRACGP and FACRRM will need to ensure that they only work in a practice that is ACRRM accredited and also matches their RACGP stage of training.