AMA Victoria


AMA Victoria made this resource available to members only.
Get access to all of AMAV's articles, events, and more by joining today.

  •  Access all member-only resources from AMAV
  •  Dig deeper into the subjects that matter to you
  •  Get in depth articles to achieve your professional goal

Join Now

Already a member? Log in

The 2022-2026 Doctors in Training (DiT) Enterprise Agreement is now available. 

The Doctors in Training enterprise agreement came into effect on Wednesday 9 November 2022.

Read the agreements and a summary of the key changes below.

Doctors in Training (DiT):

1. Increase of 4 weeks to 14 weeks paid parental leave for primary carer and an additional week for non‐primary carer. Employee couples can combine leave and take 16 weeks between them.
2. Climate and Sustainability clause.
3. Salary increases for both agreements of:

  • 2.75% from the First Full Pay Period on Approval (FFPPOA) 1 March 2022
  • 2.5% FFPPOA 1 September 2023
  • 2.5% FFPPOA 1 March 2025

4. Up to $1000 Increase to CME allowance.
5. Ministerial Review to take place within first six months of approval of agreement
6. Rural Designated Location Attraction and Retention Allowance payable to doctors employed by designated rural health services.
7. From 1 March 2023, an additional 25% loading for work between 6pm and midnight Friday.
8. “Remote Recall” for DiTs which will see doctors paid for each hour they receive a call instead of a flat rate for the whole shift.
9. Access to long service leave after 7 years to align with the Act while maintaining current entitlements.





We need your help

Enterprise Agreements for specialists and doctors in training are generally updated every four years. The more member power we have behind us, the more effective we can be in advocating for your rights.

Only members are consulted on how AMA / ASMOF Victoria conduct negotiations.

Members can help with the task of improving working conditions in public hospitals by talking to your non-member colleagues about joining AMA Victoria

If you have any questions or concerns, please email [email protected] .