FAQs about ANZCA training fees

15 November 2023

All the answers to your ANZCA training fee questions.

I’m applying for part-time or interrupted training. Do I still need to pay my 2024 annual fees?

The annual training fee is still due by 31 January 2024. You may be eligible for a pro-rata fee if you will be in part-time training for a continuous period of at least 52 weeks, or in interrupted training for a continuous period of at least 13 weeks.  Please submit an application to the college as soon as possible.

Once your application has been approved by the DPA assessor, your 2024 fees will be adjusted by our finance team. Applications can take time to process, we recommend paying your annual fees by the due date of 31 January to avoid any penalties for non-payment.

I’m about to become a fellow. Do I still need to pay my 2024 annual fees?

Yes, if you are not a fellow by 31 December 2023, you are required to pay the full 2024 annual training fee. Once paid, the DPA Assessor can review your fellowship application. On admission to fellowship, you will receive an annual training fee pro-rata credit on your invoice for the annual membership fee and entrance fee. See the fellowship page for more information.

I’m unable to pay my 2024 fees by the due date. What options are available to me?

If you are unable to pay your annual fees by the due date, you should apply for special consideration for extension of annual training fee due date to the college by 31 January 2024.

The college also offers a number of bursaries to trainees suffering severe financial hardship. Each bursary is awarded in the form of a 50 per cent reduction in the annual training fee. Applications must be submitted by 31 January 2024. Visit the trainee bursary page for further information.

Last updated 09:24 15.11.2023