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External Events Allocated AAPM CPD Points

Part of AAPM's Professional Development Program is the allocation of CPD points, which assists members in reaching and maintaining their professionally recognised status as AAPM Certified Practice Managers and Fellows. AAPM has extended this service to educational programs external to AAPM to allow AAPM members to account for their participation in such courses.


  • For educational programs delivered by external providers, CPD points are NOT automatically added to your membership profile. You will need to use the self service area of the website and add them manually. More information & instructions
  • You will also need to upload documentation as proof of attendance or evidence of completion. The education provider responsible for the program will provide this for you.
  • CPD points for programs/events delivered by AAPM (i.e. not external providers) will automatically be added to your membership profile on satisfactory completion, provided you are logged in to the website when you register for the event.

AGPAL & QIP 2018 Pre-Conference Workshops
17 May 2018, Melbourne
  • Understand how to become a high performing general practice
  • Interpreting infection control for surveyors
  • Understanding practice transformation

Practice Managers, specifically those who are AGPAL Surveyors, will gain insight into Infection Control, PHN Transformation, interview techniques for the RACGP 5th edition Standards and how to become a high performing general practice.

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AGPAL & QIP 2018 Conference

  • Interpret the RACGP Standards 5th edition
  • Use digital marketing to attract and retain patients
  • Minimise the risk of healthcare associated infections
  • Understand the changes to the PIP Program
  • Understand the successful elements of a general practice

Practice managers will have a selection of practice specific sessions, all aiming to enhance the effectiveness of general practice.

More information & registration.

Award Changes and Codes of Conduct: Regional Private Practice Seminar Series One (AMAQ)
22 May to 14 June 2018

Join the AMA QLD Workplace Relations Manager, George Sotiris for a 3-hour workshop across 13 locations throughout Queensland. The first Regional Private Practice Series for 2018 will provide a practical breakdown of the importance of Codes of Conduct in private practice, followed by an in-depth breakdown of the Fair Work Commission's four-yearly review of the Modern Awards. 

Understand what a Code of Conduct is, learn how to use your Code once implemented and gain knowledge and prepare for the Modern Award 4 year review and how the changes will impact your practice.

AAPM Members are offered the same discounted rate for registration that AMA Members receive.

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 Certificate IV Practice Management Webinar Education Program (UNEP)

(3 CPD Points per module/webinar)

This is a series of 10 webinars to support the learning within the Certificate IV in Business and Certificate IV in Leadership and Management offered as customised operational practice management courses by UNE Partnerships.

  • Assess the role that risk management plays in a 21st century practice
  • Lead and communicate with a diverse team of people to more effectively achieve the best results for your practice
  • Understand the financial aspects of the practice as a business, especially the information conveyed in financial statements
  • Apply basic marketing techniques to attract new patients
  • Analyse client/patient needs and develop strategies to improve services in response to change

This qualification is suited to applicants who are responsible for the operational management of a practice, and working under the guidance of a practice manager or principal

  • Supported learning environment
  • Course theory applied to real world Practices
  • Designed for any health practice staff, professionals, principals and students
  • Dedicated Assessment assistance
  • Experts that assess the course deliver the training

For more information and to register your interest or apply CALL UNEP on (02) 6773 0020

Developing and evaluating a set of standards to promote quality and safety in Australian general practice

This six-hour activity is being run by RACGP and AGPAL in partnership. It is being offered to GPs and their practice teams through an EOI process or an invitation from AGPAL. AAPM members who are involved with their GPs in this program are able to obtain 12 CPD points as an outcome of their participation.

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Health Care Homes Online Training Modules (AGPAL)

These six online training modules are currently only available for practices participating in the stage one rollout of the Health Care Homes model

Completing ALL modules will earn 97.5 AAPM CPD points. Individual modules attract different numbers of CPD points as follows:

  • Module 1: Introduction to Health Care Homes (7.5 points)
  • Module 2: Engaged leadership (10 points)
  • Module 3: Patient enrolment and payment processes  (10 points)
  • Module 4: Data-driven improvement (7.5 points)
  • Module 5: Team-based care (12.5 points)
  • Module 6: Developing and implementing the Shared Care Plan (5 points)
  • Module 7: Patient-team partnership (10 points)
  • Module 8: Comprehensive and coordinated care (7.5 points)
  • Module 9: Prompt access to care (10 points)
  • Module 10: Population Management (7.5 points)
  • Module 11:  Quality primary care into the future (10 points)

If your practice is taking part in stage one, please contact your local PHN for more details and to register.


Brisbane: 28 April 2018 8:30 am
Webinar: 26 June 2018 7:30 pm
Adelaide: 21 July 2018 8:30 am
Melbourne: 11 August 2018 8:30 am

ProMBS is a more than just an intensive one day workshop. It’s a learning package with reinforcing activities and follow-up cases, to ensure that you maximise the benefits you receive, which will be facilitated over a 6 week period post the workshop. Participants will learn with their peers, explore areas where there is consensus and ambiguity and develop strategies to implement in your own practice. Over 70 case scenarios will be detailed, each dealing with a specific learning outcome. The workshop will involve mixed learning methods, including audience interaction and small group discussions.

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