Accreditation of Prevocational Medical Training - Australian Capital Territory


You will require this accreditation if you intend to provide education and training to prevocational junior medical officers. Junior medical officers are prevocational doctors who have not yet entered speciality training, but are planning on doing so. This accreditation covers junior medical doctors in the initial two postgraduate years: postgraduate year 1 (internship) and postgraduate year 2.

Your facility must be accredited to ensure high standards of training, education and welfare. Accreditation is available to hospitals, medical centres and general practice clinics. Individual posts within a facility must also be accredited.

Service type


A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

All facilities in ACT that employ prevocational trainees must be accredited by the Canberra Region Medical Education Council. Due to the specific nature of this process, please consult the Contact Officer and the attached documents for more information regarding the eligibility requirements.


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Act(s) name

Health Practitioner Regulation National Law (ACT) Act 2010 Australian Capital Territory

Administering agency

Canberra Region Medical Education Council (CRMEC)

Contact details

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