AGPAL Regional Workshops 2012
Thursday, 15 December 2011
AGPAL launches Regional RACGP 4th edition Workshops
AGPAL’s National Satellite Navigation Workshops will begin travelling to regional locations in 2012 to train practices on the RACGP Standards for general practices 4th edition. The workshops are designed to ensure practices’ accreditation journeys under the 4th edition remains stress-free and uncomplicated.
The majority of AGPAL’s 2011 workshops sold out and regional registrations are sure to sell quickly. For more information Practices, Divisions and Medicare Local members are invited to visit the AGPAL workshop page and to download the regional workshop registration form.
The interactive workshops provided education and guidance for general practices to gain a detailed understanding of the differences between the 3rd and the 4th edition Standards. The program promises practices a comprehensive overview. Highlights include the key differences between the 3rd and 4th edition Standards, the top 10 changes, new areas driven by national standards, an explanation of clinical governance and patient handover and assistance with the more challenging Standards.
The national workshops visited thirteen major cities in 2011. Attendees provided positive feedback about the workshops, with over 97% reporting they would strongly recommend the AGPAL workshop to their colleagues.
AGPAL CEO Dr. Stephen Clark said it was vital AGPAL continues to improve its accreditation services by providing resources such as face-to-face training for practices in the form of workshops.
“As AGPAL grows and general practices are required to rise to the challenge of a new edition of the RACGP Standards, it’s vital APGAL continues to provide improved resources and support through programs such as the road show workshops,” Dr. Clark said.
“The workshops will enable practices to fully understand what the 4th edition Standards mean to them. The program is designed to make the 4th edition journey stress-free and uncomplicated for AGPAL accredited practices”.
AGPAL looks forward to seeing you at a workshop soon. For more information and to register today click here.