Express your interest to be an Early Adopter in 2021
A second round of expressions of interest is now open for training settings looking to participate in the implementation of the new Basic Training Program in 2021.
We have announced the first four early adopter training settings who will be implementing the new Basic Training Program.
Settings participating in 2020:
- Gold Coast University Hospital
- Townsville Hospital
- Starship Children’s Hospital Auckland
- Women’s and Children’s Hospital Adelaide
Find out more information about the implementation of the new Basic Training Program.
Basic Training Accreditation Consultation
The RACP's Basic Training Accreditation Consultation is underway. We are gathering feedback from key stakeholders on the proposed Basic Training Accreditation Requirements, in accordance with the Training Provider Standards.
The proposed requirements reflect changes in medicine and specialist training environments since introducing the current Basic Training Accreditation Requirements. They are aligned with the new Basic Training Program which will be implemented by four early adopter sites in 2020.
Consultation has now closed. Thank you to all who participated.
Call for early adopters now closed
Expressions of interest for early adopter implementation for the new Basic Training curricula closed on 9 April 2019.
The intent was to form a small selection of training settings to rollout the new Basic Training curricula programs and help inform the full implementation of the new programs across Australia and New Zealand.
A review of submissions is underway and nominees will be informed of the outcome via email in late April 2019.
Updates and information about the curricula renewal process will continue to be announced across the coming months.
For all curricula renewal enquiries, contact the Curriculum Development team.
We need early adopters
The new Basic Training Program is approved for initial implementation.
The program unveils a new three-phase structure: Foundation, Consolidation and Completion.
In late 2018, the College Education Committee approved the new Basic Training curricula, curricula standards and learning, teaching and assessment requirements that underpin the new Basic Training Program.
The selection into Basic Training process won't change for the initial rollout of the new curricula.
We are looking for early adopter training settings to help lead the gradual implementation of the new Basic Training Program in 2020.
Directors of Physician or Paediatric Education and Health Service Delivery Providers are encouraged to learn more about this important opportunity and sign up.
Expressions of interest are now closed for 2020. Thank you to all who signed up.
Feedback now closed
Thank you to all members who participated and provided valuable feedback in our Curricula Renewal Consultation. Submissions closed on 2 October 2018.
Following a review, an update will be given to all members.
Have your say on the new Basic Training programs today
With help from Fellows and trainees, we’ve developed draft learning, teaching, and assessment methods for the new Basic Training programs.
Consultation has opened and now is your chance to have your say.
A summary of the draft learning, teaching and assessment methods is available online until 2 October for your review and feedback.
Basic Training curricula standards
We have recently released our improved Basic Training curricula standards.
The curricula standards are made up of Competencies, Entrustable Professional Activities and Knowledge Guides.
The Knowledge Guides will be used as the basis for the 2020 Divisional Written Examinations.
College Learning Series
Trainees and Fellows are taking advantage of the College Learning Series (CLS) launched earlier this year, with over 2500 people enrolled. The lectures are free as part of eLearning@RACP and are updated regularly.
Access the College Learning Series