"Our quality standards for general practice are a collaboration between the College, our members and quality experts. Choose the one that suits your practice best." - Dr Tim Malloy
To become a teaching practice, you must first:
To become a teaching practice, you must first be approved by the College and undergo a practice visit.
Guidelines to help you prepare for your teaching practice accreditation visit
Understand how to become a GP teacher or work for the College as a medical educator.
While GPEP 2/3 registrars seek employment themselves, GPEP1 registrars are mostly employed by the College and are allocated to two practices in the first year.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in becoming a GPEP teaching practice.