Especially in the fields of general practice, medical specialty areas, dentistry, and nursing, the demand for qualified healthcare practitioners in Australia far outweighs the supply. If you are a medical practitioner with current registration in your home country and wish to take your medical career overseas, then Australia should be your destination of choice!
The Medical Career Advancement Program (MCAP) for Australian Medical Council (AMC) Written Examination – Part 1, is a preparatory course that enhances your professional knowledge and helps you to prepare for the Australian Medical Council written examination. You’ll get the opportunity to study content relevant to practice in Australia, allowing you to review your reasoning skills and apply the requisite clinical judgement as per the medical practice in this country.
This course will seamlessly merge your previous knowledge, experience, skills, and life experiences and provide you with new knowledge about the Australian healthcare system, and the current standards of practice.
You will align yourself to an environment of critical enquiry, testing of ideas, generation, and expansion of medical knowledge, and prepare to work as a skilled, competent, confident, critical thinking registered medical practitioner in Australia.
How long can I access the course?
What if I need more time?
We understand that sometimes your work and life commitments can delay your exam preparations. Please contact us if you need an extension.
How long are the live support sessions?
Each session is 60 minutes long. The sessions will be scheduled based on your availability and the availability of one of our coaches
Where will it take me?
Once you successfully complete the MCAP-AMC, you’ll be well equipped to ace the Australian Medical Council (AMC) Written Examination – Part 1. Through the program, you will learn all about the Australian healthcare system, and the current standards of practice. To be prepared for your career in Australia, make sure you review information about immigration, registration, and employment. You may also need to apply for a visa issued by the Australian Department of Home Affairs. Learn more about immigration and employment in Australia. (https://www.nursingmidwiferyboard.gov.au/Accreditation/IQNM/Before-you-apply/Immigration-and-employment.aspx)
AMC recommended books including the handbook and John Murtagh’s general practice, Subject-wise books, journals, guidelines and the eTherapeutic Guidelines
Solved month-wise recalls with explanation and references
Handbook cases by the Educator along with the course
Special sessions for ECG, radiology and recalls along with theory sessions