MCCC GP Training offers a range of support and professional development opportunities that are specifically designed to meet the needs of supervisors who work in accredited GP teaching practices, including:

  • Hosting a monthly on-line journal club that is attended by individual supervisors for the purpose of sharing research and generating ideas and discussion.
  • Offering dedicated Supervisor and New Supervisor workshops to support individual supervisors and cross fertilise ideas across the team. Visit the Events Calendar for upcoming dates
  • Encouraging supervisors to attend conferences to share information, network and present approaches to GP Training. Visit the Information for practices for upcoming opportunities
  • Cross-promoting and supporting supervisor attendance at continuing professional development opportunities, particularly Rural Emergency Skills Training for GP supervisors working in remote and alpine settings in the region
  • Introducing a program to support the business needs of GP supervisors and their practices that includes the opportunity to attend one professional development event in their local MCCC region per annum with a topic focussed on the business of general practice.
Managing risk

MCCC strives to protect its Supervisors and Registrars in the case of a near miss, critical incident or adverse event within general practice training. MCCC strongly encourages Supervisors to familiarise themselves with the Critical Incident and Adverse Events Policy found here, in order to effectively prepare for, and respond to, such events.

Who to contact with queries

If you or your Training Facility are in need of advice relating to incidents or reporting responsibilities, please contact the REAPS officer in your region.

General Practice Supervisors Australia

GPSA is the national representative body that unites GP supervisors by promoting recognition for registrar supervision work through open and accountable advocacy.

General Practice Supervisors Australia (GPSA) represents GP Supervisors within the Australian General Practice Training program.

GPSA offers a range of education and employment resources, from orientation checklists, to how to set goals for learners and how to plan a GP registrar’s first few days, this information will help you put the building blocks in place to good supervision. The New Supervisor Guide will help you start your role as a GP supervisor. The practical tips, information and resources are been created by GP supervisors to support you in your role.