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RACMA invites Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitably qualified doctors wanting to secure a medical administration training post to undertake The Royal Australasian College of Medical Administrators Fellowship Training Program.

Training post placements are available in both the public and private sectors:
  • Victoria
  • Tasmania
  • New South Wales
  • Western Australia
  • Queensland
  • Northern Territory
  • South Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
For information regarding jurisdictions without advertised posts please contact the Jurisdictional Coordinator of Training here.

Limited rotations in public and/or private settings are also available in some other states with funding provided under the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing's Specialist Training Program.

The RACMA Fellowship Training Program (FTP) is a 3 year training program in medical management involving rotations through public and private sector organisations. The training program provides successful applicants with diverse learning opportunities to develop competencies in medical leadership and management. All training posts are to be accredited by RACMA. Details of the Fellowship Training Program and Training Post Accreditation process are available here.

Doctors who do not yet have a training post in Medical Administration may apply for Candidacy via submission to the College of Expressions of Interest (EOI) from suitably qualified doctors. Submission of Expression of Interest does not guarantee employment in a training post or entry into RACMA Fellowship Training Program.
Click here for information and submission of EOI.

When a position of employment is secured applications for Candidacy in the RACMA Fellowship Training Program will be required.
To find out more about the Candidacy applications and training posts, please contact your Jurisdictional Coordinator of Training.

For further information regarding the training positions, please contact Ms Anna Lyubomirsky on the College number (03) 9824 4699.

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 August 2016 11:34