The RACGP Curriculum for Australian General Practice provides a clear outline of the competencies required of a GP at the point of Fellowship. This spans across 13 core skills described within five domains.
For assessment purposes, a number of focus areas have been described and mapped to the core skills of the RACGP curriculum. Each has a specific focus describing the consultation, as well as areas such as professionalism and general practice systems. The aim is to ensure you consider the whole range of general practice as described in the curriculum.
The WBA is focused on essential skills that enable you, as a GP, to competently deal with numerous presentations. This is a shift away from assessment of knowledge and towards areas such as patient-centred communication and management, clinical decision-making and therapeutic reasoning.
The required standard for all assessment is set at the point of Fellowship, so this is the level you’re aiming for.
The WBA competencies are described in the PEP participant guide, so have a look through this to help familiarise yourself with what’s needed.