As mandated by government legislation, the Quality Assurance (QA) Committee has launched two new quality assurance initiatives – continuing education and self assessment – that will promote continuing competence among members. The QA Committee created these initiatives in response to the legislative amendments to the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA).
Please see the specific tabs under Quality Assurance to find the documents associated with self-assessment, continuing education and the professional portfolio.
The self assessment is for members’ personal use. It has been designed to help members reflect their current professional proficiency, identify areas for improvement and develop a learning plan that will address those areas that need improvement. Members will be required to complete the self assessment once every two years.
Once members have completed the Self-Assessment Questionnaire and have identified areas that need improvement, members should transfer the information to the Plan of Action Summary Sheet, which then becomes part of the member’s professional portfolio. Members should use the information from the summary sheet to develop a learning plan that will guide their CE and professional development.
Starting in the July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2024 CE cycle, members registered with CCO for at least two CE cycles have the option to complete Self-Assessment 2.0.
Please refer to the Self-Assessment page for further information and details about Self-Assessment 1.0 and Self-Assessment 2.0.
CCO members have been required to participate in CE and professional development activities and to document these activities in their professional portfolios since 1998. Members are now required to participate in 40 hours of CE activities over a two-year period, and log and report these activities in the member portal.
Please see the continuing education page for further information.
The professional portfolio consists of the following components:
Every CCO member holding a General (i.e., Active) certificate of registration is required to maintain a professional portfolio, which will be made available to the QA Committee upon request or to the peer assessor during a peer assessment.
Chiropractors who become General members mid-cycle (e.g., new members, members transferring from the inactive or retired class) will not be required to comply with that current cycle’s requirements. They will be required to participate and report on self assessment and continuing education during the next cycle.
Members will be required to complete the Continuing Education and Professional Development Log online as part of their registration renewal.
The CE cycle is as follows:
Following completion of each cycle, members will be required to complete the Continuing Education and Professional Development Log online as part of their registration renewal.
Chiropractors who become General members mid-cycle (eg., new members, members transferring from the inactive or retired class) will not be required to comply with that current cycle’s requirements. They will be required to participate and report on self assessment and continuing education during the next cycle.