Welcome to North Coast GP Training!

Welcome to North Coast GP Training! You've taken the first step towards a rich and rewarding career in general practice.

North Coast GP Training (NCGPT) is an award winning training provider of general practice education and training dedicated to:

  • Delivering a contemporary, high quality, award winning medical education program,
  • Highly personalised training programs,
  • Strong and ongoing registrar support,
  • And a clear emphasis on registrar wellbeing.

Based on the pristine North Coast of NSW, NCGPT's region boasts beautiful natural environments, a rich quality of life and the ability to set your work/life balance to suit your individual needs.

 

 

 

Join the NCGPT Program

 
This website will hopefully provide you with all the information you need to decide if NCGPT and the beautiful North Coast of NSW is the place for you. We think our training program and region are second to none so have a browse around our site and see what you think. 
 
We recommend you first check out the, Why NCGPT? section of this site and make sure you watch the video clips to hear what some of the past and present registrars, and PGPPP doctors, have to say about their experiences with us. 
 

2015 AGPT Intake - Applications open 14 April 2014

 

  

 

 

Applications for the 2015 AGPT Program open on 14 April 2014. Click here for Key Dates (PDF 90.3 KB)

 

Click here to download the 2015 AGPT Applicant Guide (PDF 2.4 MB) which contains detailed information on eligibility criteria, how to apply and the three selection stages.

 

Further information for new applicants is available on the GPET website, or click the image above.  

 

 

10 Reasons Why You Won't Regret Becoming a GP! 

Still a little unsure about whether General Practice is for you? One of our GP registrars, Dr David Chessor,  outlines a few light hearted perks about life in General Practice which might just change your mind! Click here to read the article. 

 

Ask the 2013 RACGP and GPET Registrar of the Year about NCGPT 

Specific questions about the AGPT Progam should be directed to our Registrar Support Officer, Jo Sayer, at NCGPT but perhaps you would like to talk to one of our current registrars about what it is like to train with NCGPT?

 

Dr David Chessor is a NCGPT Registrar Liaison Officer and is also happy to talk to any prospective NCGPT applicants about his experiences at NCGPT. David was also just awarded the RACGP Rural Registrar of the Year and the GPET 2013 Registrar of the Year Award. 

 

Click here to email David.