Fellowship training with ACRRM

Fellowship of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM) is recognised by the Australian Medical Council as a standard that practitioners must attain to be recognised for the specialty of general practice.

Fellowship training is suitable for rural or urban doctors and has been developed by rural doctors for generalists working in a rural or remote context. Fellowship can be completed through one of three pathways that offer flexibility around your study, location and timing.

Throughout your training journey with us you will:

Your previous experience may mean you are eligible for recognition of prior learning (RPL) or Rural Experienced Entry to Fellowship (REEF). Both programs acknowledge a wider range of prior learnt skills than any other college in Australia.