Combine your ADF training with GP training
We have a proud history of training ADF doctors.
Doctors who are full-time members of the ADF can apply for training with GPTQ.
I had a pretty amazing time. As a doctor, I did a year in a support unit, then worked for a Light Infantry Battalion before working with the Special Forces. I worked with Commandos and the SAS in Afghanistan in 2006, working closely with an American surgical team.Dr Steve Kearney, GP Supervisor and Liaison Officer at GPTQ
Applying for GP training
ADF doctors apply for the AGPT program in the same way as non-ADF doctors. All applicants select their preferred training provider in their application, but ADF doctors must choose the training provider that corresponds with their ADF post.
If you’re intending to train with GPTQ, get in touch to discuss your application and training options. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. You also need to contact the ADF Directorate of Workforce Planning Development and Training (DWD&T) to notify them of your intention to apply for the AGPT program. Visit the ADF website for more information, or email email@example.com.
ADF doctors undergo the same GP training program as our other registrars, completed in conjunction with military training.