Steps to becoming a Supervisor

GPs who apply to become a Supervisor must

  • demonstrate experience as a General Practitioner (RACGP – four years preferred but not essential. ACRRM – five years experience as a rural and remote GP) This may include postgraduate training experience in general practice
  • be an excellent role model to GP Registrars
  • demonstrate a commitment to Education and Training
  • be willing and available to attend CPD events and maintain Medical Registration with APHRA.
  • participate in MCCC’s External Clinical Teaching Visitor Program
  • maintain Medical Indemnity Insurance
  • attend a New Supervisors Workshop delivered by MCCC GP Training
  • agree to receive information and updates from the dedicated practice supervisor attending the MCCC Supervisors workshop.

MCCC will contact referees you nominate to ensure you have adequate experience as a GP and meet the above criteria.

Accreditation requirements

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine (ACRRM have standards on supervision and training posts and Regional Training Organisations like MCCC conduct accreditations on behalf of both ACRRM and RACGP.

If you would like to become a Supervisor with MCCC Training, you need to submit an application for accreditation, together with your current CV and details of referees.

After we receive your application, we will review it according to criteria set by RACGP and ACCRM.