Our training practices
Teaching practices are the ‘heartbeat’ of GP training and education in our region, with experienced supervisors providing ongoing mentoring and support for GP registrars.
All our teaching practices are accredited for training and our supervisors undertake ongoing professional development in teaching to ensure that they have the skills to support and teach registrars within their practice.
MCCC GP Training offers diverse, high quality education and training opportunities across an area that includes rural, regional, remote, outer-metropolitan and metropolitan settings.
Our training footprint spans across Victoria through our North East, North West and South West regions and the Metro West area which covers approximately 40 per cent of Melbourne’s population base (image right).
On our live map below, click the name of the region to read detailed practice profiles outlining the skills and opportunities provided by the post.
You can also see more information on our training posts in our showcases on practices. For details of our Special Skills posts, please see our Extended and Special Interest posts or Advanced Skills posts pages.
Using our interactive map
Use the buttons below to navigate to a list of accredited training practices in each of our regions. Clicking on a practice name will take you to the practice profile, detailing training opportunities offered by the post and information about the local area.
Please note: the lists are NOT lists of current vacancies.
Details of practice vacancies/capacity only become available shortly prior to each stage of the Registrar Placement process (ie vacancies will not be made available until the placement process begins again in 2021). Practices are not to be contacted directly by registrars outside of the placement process.
Some practices may have a restriction on their accreditation meaning they only offer positions to registrars in Training Term 3 or Training Term 4 (previously known as GPT/PRRT3-4). Please also check the level of registrar required for Aboriginal Health positions. Our REAPS Coordinators in each region are able to provide additional information about training opportunities as needed.