Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP) and CCT 

The ePortfolio of each trainee carries the evidence that is reviewed and considered by the Oxford deanery ARCP panel at least once every year. Reviews are conducted more than annually if there is a need.

The panel consists of representatives of GP education in the Oxford deanery, including programme directors, trainers and lay members and external assessors. The ARCP panel will review your ePortfolio including your evidence, assessments, educators comments and reports and the quality of your reflective log entries. This will allow panel to assess your progress against the competencies and decide whether you have made satisfactory progress to proceed to the next training year. Should the outcome not be satisfactory, you and your trainer will be called to a face-to-face meeting with panel during which panel will decide whether you can proceed or whether they will recommend an extension to your current level of training.

Trainees who pass WPBA at final review and also have a pass in the AKT and CSA will be recommended as eligible to apply for certification of completion of training (CCT), inclusion in the General Medical Council’s GP Register and membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners. The GMC will only allow you to go onto their GP register when you have your CCT and inclusion on this register is essential for working as a fully fledged GP.

ARCP Forms

The GP ARCP panel have generated the following forms to be used by trainees prior to their annual and gateway ARCPs. This is to try and prevent outcome 5 (insufficient evidence). The forms are a summary of the mandatory evidence required set out as a table that can be completed and uploaded to the ePortfolio. This is just the minimum mandatory evidence however and not all that is required or considered at panel, as it does not look at the quality of the log, the curriculum or competency coverage or the ESs review. It is merely a summary/checklist of the minimum evidence needed pre panel to avoid an outcome 5.

Also available are forms to summarise the evidence from the COTs/Mini-CEX and CbDs. Again in order to reduce duplication of work we would like to encourage the trainees to complete these and upload them to the portfolio. It is suggested that they are all attached to a Professional conversation ePortfolio log entry titled ARCP/ESR Review preparation.

MIN-CEX Mapping

COT Summary Sheet

CBD Mapping

WPBA Requirement for ARCP submission form Gateway review ST1/2

WPBA requirement for ARCP submission form ST3 final review or ST3/4 Gateway review

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