Australian Medical Council (AMC) certificate holders are eligible to apply for provisional registration so they can undertake 12 months of approved supervised practice, in order to meet the requirements for general registration.
Alternatively, they can undertake some or all of the supervised practice while holding limited registration for postgraduate training or supervised practice.
The AMC certificate is awarded to international medical graduates who have successfully completed all components of the AMC examinations or the AMC CAT MCQ and workplace based assessment (standard pathway).
The Board’s registration standard Granting general registration to medical practitioners in the standard pathway who hold an AMC certificate defines the requirements that AMC certificate holders must meet to be eligible for general registration.
AMC certificate holders must complete 12 months of supervised training made up of clinical experiences in:
Application for provisional registration for Australian Medical Council certificate holders is available on the Forms page.
Help on how to prepare documents in support of your application: