How to become an Accredited Training Practice or Training Supervisor with GPEx
GPEx works with Accredited Practices and Supervisors across their 10 training regions across South Australia supporting GP Registrars in training and assisting in the health and well-being of communities across urban, rural and remote South Australia.
General Practice Supervisors Australia
GPSA represents GP Supervisors within the Australian General Practice Training (AGPT) program who work in accredited training practices or with regional training organisations (RTOs) training GP registrars, overseas trained doctors and medical students. GPSA provides resources and guides to help supervisors in their role as a GP supervisor.
South Australian Medical Education and Training (SA MET)
SA Health is committed to a workplace which ensures that education and training principles are embedded and prioritised within the culture of all work areas.
These principles cover:
- Governance and Leadership
- Curricula Implementation
- Learning environment
Becoming an accredited site
SA MET have developed a range of accreditation resources to ensure Trainee Medical Officers receive high quality education, training, assessment and support.
- Guide to accreditation and accreditation processes
- Term description template and check list
- SA Health policies and guidelines
Supervisors with ACRRM
ACRRM recruits, accredits and provides support and professional development for supervisors and their practices both directly and with the assistance of training organisations and support partners.
- ACRRM Supervisors Guidebook
- ACRRM Fellowship program
- Online courses – Supervision essentials, StAMPS, MCQ, CBDt, and MiniCEX Assessments
- Supervisors network connect@acrrm
Supervisors with RACGP
RACGP provide guidance for general practitioners supervising prevocational doctors within the general practice setting inspiring and supporting the next generation of GPs through their years of training.
Resources include the following guidelines:
- general practice supervisors
- education of students
- support required for student training
- general practice or primary care facility
- relating to the workload of the medical student
- monitoring and feedback
AHPRA Guidelines - Supervised practice for international medical graduates
All international medical graduates (IMGs) who are granted limited registration or provisional registration must be supervised. Supervision remains a requirement of registration for the duration of the IMG’s limited or provisional registration.