Use GlobalMedEd whilst Travelling

How to use the site?

To order, simply select the program/s on our website that you would like to purchase, and then follow the prompts to complete your order. Payments can be made using PayPal and all major credit cards.

For Travelling Purposes

If travelling, you will receive access one week prior to your specified departure date. You have to complete the course in the specifed time of travel to that particilaur place i.e. you will be in Prague from the 10/03/15 to 17/03/15 (7 days). This is where the self-learning conference will be undertaken. You then have two weeks from your specified return to Australia to return the evaluation form. Therefore, if travelling, please specify the following:

  • Date of your departure from Australia / New Zealand and return date
  • Location of where you wish to undertake the self-learning conference
  • Dates you will be in that specific location i.e. The Hilton Hotel, Prague from the 10/03/15 to 17/03/15

This is required for your certification and taxation purposes.

How soon can I start my program after placing my order?

If you are travelling, you will receive access one week prior to your departure date from home. You need to specify a date from when you want to commence the course and a completion date. You then provide us with the evaluation form within two weeks of your return home, so that we can submit to the RACGP or ACCRM for the points to be allocated.

Accessing the site from overseas

In order to access the site from overseas the first time your log on, an access code will be emailed to you. The site will prompt you to enter this code which will then take you to the member portal page. Please ensure that the "cookies" are enabled as part of your internet settings, otherwise this component will not work properly.

Block or allow cookies based on their type

  1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button , and then clicking Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
  3. Click the Privacy tab, move the slider to the level of privacy that you want to set, and then click OK.

To receive my RACGP or ACRRM CPD points, do I need to submit the evaluation form?

Yes, to receive your CPD points you must fully complete and submit the evaluation form via fax or email. You will need to download and complete the form once you have completed the modules.

Do I send the evaluation form back to you?

Yes, please scan or fax the evaluation form back to us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax (03) 8677 9885

Is there a time limit on applying for my credit?

Yes, each course has a date by which you need to apply for CPD points. You have two weeks from the end of the 12 weeks to send back your evaluation form to obtain your points from either college.

Tax Ruling

Global Medical Education (GME) can provide both short and long self-learning modules. The GME Packs / Symposia are deemed as self education or continued professional development, therefore covered under the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936, specifically self educational expenses section 51(1) and consolidated in the Taxation Ruling TR 92/8.

For the purposes of Part A of Taxation Ruling TR 92/8, self-education includes courses undertaken at an educational institution (whether leading to a formal qualification or not), attendance at work-related conferences or seminars, self-paced learning and study tours, including sabbatical (whether within Australia or overseas). For a copy of the taxation ruling, click here.

Example: Francesco, a GP, has 2 equal purposes when he has a family holiday in Singapore for 10 days. He purchases a portable conference valued at $440, which is 5 hours in duration. The conference package is $2440 ($1,000 return air fare, $440 for the cost of the conference and $1,000 for accommodation and meals at the conference venue). Francesco paid another $2,000 for accommodation, meals and car hire for the other 5 days day of the holiday. Francesco is allowed a deduction of $1,440 for the conference cost and the accommodation and meals expenses at the conference. Only half of the return air fare ($500) is allowed as the expense was incurred for two equal purposes, one income-earning and the other private. The other expenditure of $2,000 relating to the holiday in Singapore is private in nature and not allowable as a deduction.

As always, individual circumstances vary and customers should seek their own independent taxation advice.

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Anywhere – due to the portability of the self-learning modules, you can undertake this learning anywhere in the world!


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Yarraville VIC 3013

T: 03 8354 4147

F: 03 8677 9885