How to Work as a Doctor in Australia: Your Options
There are several ways you can achieve registration to work as a doctor in Australia. The METC Institute’s AMC Registrar Training Program delivers the most common pathway to achieving General Registration with the Medical Board of Australia through the Standard Pathway.
The AMC Registrar Training Program offers international medical graduates (IMGs) the best opportunity of gaining Australian medical registration and facilitates the transition from limited registration through to general registration with the Medical Board of Australia. To facilitate this transition, registrars receive a competitive salary from employment in an accredited practice within Australia.
The program is by application and competitive selection only, and combines theoretical education and training (AMC101 / AMC102 / AMC201 / AMC202), with practical teaching and application through vocational training positions (AMC203) within teaching practices and hospitals throughout Australia. The program provides comprehensive preparation for all aspects of the AMC examination and will facilitate the attainment of requirements for General Registration with the Medical Board of Australia through completion of supervised vocational training in accredited training positions throughout Australia.
For detailed information and a full course prospectus, contact METC Institute at [email protected]
Apply today to be considered for admission into the AMC Registrar Training Program.
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The AMC Registrar Training Program is a world-class vocational training program for international medical graduates wishing to pursue a career in medicine in Australia through the Standard Pathway for international medical graduates. The Standard Pathway is the most common pathway for international medical graduates seeking to achieve General Registration with the Medical Board of Australia. The AMC Registrar Training Program provides vocational training in general practices and hospitals and combines in-practice learning, small group training, seminars and online modules.
The Program enables registrars to build their medical knowledge and experience, develop competence and familiarity with the Australian health care system, and meet the requirements to achieve General Registration with the Medical Board of Australia. The Program enables registrars the only formalised and structured learning and training pathway to achieve certification with the Australian Medical Council (through conferral of the AMC Certificate) and general registration with the Medical Board of Australia (through the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency – AHPRA). To facilitate their transition into Australian medical practice, registrars receive a competitive salary from employment in an accredited practice within Australia.