January 14, 2022
CCO’s statutory mandate to regulate chiropractic in the public interest is enhanced by having competent, qualified individuals to serve on committees. As part of CCO’s College Performance Measurement Framework action plan, Council has approved a list of core competencies for all Council and committee members. The election and appointment of committee members usually takes place in April of every year, after the first regular Council meeting following the general elections to Council for CCO’s 2, 3 and 4 districts. Committee Compositions are identified in CCO’s By-law 11: Committee Composition.
Non-Council Committee Members
CCO has non council committee members positions available to CCO MEMBERS pursuant to the by-laws as follows:
In making appointments to these committees, Council is required to consider the provisions of By-law 12: Appointment of Non-Council Members.
Individuals with Specialized Knowledge, Skills or Expertise (Subject Experts)
Consistent with the practices of many other regulators, CCO by-laws will permit Council to appoint individuals who are not public members of Council or CCO members to be a committee member if the individual has specialized knowledge, skills or expertise which would facilitate the work of a specific committee.
If you are interested in serving as a non-council committee member or you have specialized knowledge, skills or expertise that would facilitate the work of a CCO committee, please forward your expression of expertise to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 31, 2022 so the information may be compiled for Council’s consideration. Include your curriculum vitae along outlining your relevant experience, skills and competencies along with the name of the committee(s) on which you are interested in serving.