With over 21 years’ experience in general practice accreditation, AGPAL has unique insight and in-depth knowledge into the applicability of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) Standards for general practices 5th edition. To assist your team in preparing for accreditation against the RACGP Standards, we have developed a range of resources and support.

AGPAL clients have access to over 300 tools, resources and eLearning modules. Every AGPAL client is allocated their own  accreditation support contact who is dedicated to supporting your team as often or as little at you need and at no additional cost – it’s all just part of the service.

Your exclusive AGPAL client benefits also include a range of online features to make preparing for accreditation easier, while supporting your team to complete your quality improvement activities.

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Complimentary education and training

AGPAL clients have access to a number of complimentary benefits to support and educate their teams on the accreditation process.

eLearning modules

To enhance team knowledge and to support professional development, our suite of e-Learning modules, created by our Education and Training team are also housed within the AGPAL accreditation hub's Education & Resource Library.

These modules are available for viewing at any time, with some eligible for the allocation of QI&CPD points. Exclusively available to AGPAL clients at no additional cost – it's all part of the service.


Each AGPAL webinar has been designed by our knowledgeable and friendly team to deliver informative and practical content in an easy-to-follow format. Most of our webinars are recorded live, allowing for real-time answering of your questions, and are then uploaded into the ‘WEBINAR’ section of the ‘EDUCATION AND RESOURCES’ section within your AGPAL accreditation hub for easy access whenever you need.

Standards resources

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COVID-19 vaccine rollout and meeting the 5th edition

Meeting Strive for 5 and Criterion GP6.1 – Maintaining vaccine potency when storing and administering the COVID-19 vaccination.
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Cleaning your practice’s ‘sneeze screens’

What's required from the RACGP Standards 5th edition to clean your ‘COVID-19 installed’ screens?
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Business planning for general practices

Business Planning is a new RACGP Standards 5th edition requirement. While it was a surprise for some, a general practice is a business like any other, and every business needs a plan.
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Improving your accreditation experience

Personalised Support

AGPAL’s friendly, professional and supportive Client Liaison Team is committed to providing personalised assistance specific to your accreditation needs via phone and various digital channels.

Stay in the Know

Keep up-to-date with AGPAL communications, including Quality News magazine, AGPAL Assist e-bulletin and exclusive articles featuring standards information, industry news and organisation features.

Innovative technologies

The AGPAL accreditation hub houses online self-assessment tool AccreditationPro, education and resource library, document management system & more.

Celebrating accreditation

Practices receive everything from an A3 accreditation certificate, an AGPAL accredited symbol, display stickers, flyers, posters, a customisable media release and digital files – AGPAL has you sorted!

Practices in Focus

GO2 Health: GO2 Veterans

GO2 health excels in the care of contemporary veterans and Australian Defence Force (ADF) members through collaborative management with patient-centred care.
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Next Practice

Dr Sam Prince – GP, humanitarian, founder of food chain Zambrero & Australian of the Year 2019 – is on a mission to improve healthcare globally
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Doctors of South Melbourne

Doctors of South Melbourne share how they applied information technology to their business, what their staff gained from the accreditation experience, and why they use both online and traditional approaches to market the clinic.
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GP, practice manager & nurse CPD points/hours

General practitioners, practice managers and practice nurses are awarded continuous professional development (CPD) and/or PDP points and hours for their involvement in achieving AGPAL accreditation. These points help to maintain professional membership status and relevant CPD requirements with industry bodies.

Practice Manager CPD

AAPM members are eligible for up to 20 CPD points per cycle following the achievement of AGPAL accreditation.

Practice Nurse CPD

APNA members can claim up to 15 CPD hours for their involvement in the AGPAL self-assessment process with their practice.


GPs are eligible for RACGP QI&CPD points, and ACRRM PDP points upon completion of the self-assessment process.