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Training Domains Overview

The Fellowship Training Program is designed around the RACMA Medical Leadership and Management Curriculum which outlines the knowledge, skills and attributes required of a RACMA Fellow. The Curriculum is organised into four domains of learning and assessment:

Each domain has an overarching goal and incorporates one or more of the role competencies which have been adapted from the CanMEDS Framework. Each domain has a set of competency-based learning objectives, workplace activities and assessment tasks.

Induction Session

RACMA holds an induction session for commencing Candidates to familiarise with the FTP, its assessment and requirements.


There are a number of workshops offered by RACMA which need to be attended each year of the training program.

RACMA Trial Examination

The College holds trial exam for Candidates planning to sit the Oral exam in the following year. This is a compulsory component of the FTP that, in addition to conducting structured examination practice, provides formative feedback on the performance of Candidates at each exam station.

RACMA Medical Management Practice Oral Examination

The Oral Examination is an open-book examination encouraging Candidates to analyse and critique responses to scenarios for verbal discussion with examiners.

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