RACP curricula outline the learning objectives and associated knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviours required from graduates of RACP training programs.
The specialty-specific curricula for Basic Training and Advanced Training are to be used in conjunction with the Professional Qualities Curriculum.
For more information, see the Basic Training Programs, Advanced Training Programs and the Professional Practice Framework.
We are redesigning, developing and implementing 40 curricula across the Basic Training and Advanced Training Programs following a competency-based medical education framework.
Designing Education Renewal
RACP Fellows and trainees work closely with RACP staff to develop Education Renewal products through a co-design approach.
We have a network of Fellows and trainees who are involved in medical education on a day-to-day basis. RACP staff work with these Members to ensure that our products are fit for purpose and meet trainees and supervisor needs.
We gather feedback from a broad range of stakeholders who are presented draft materials – a final check to make sure we have considered the needs of our members.
The RACP has an existing network of committees and working groups with expertise across education, assessment and learning and teaching. These committees and working groups are consulted and engaged with throughout the development process: