Continuing Competence

The Continuing Competence Program (CCP) is a mandatory component of registration as outlined in the Health Professions Act and the Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists Profession Regulation.. The CCP requires that a regulated member complete, in each registration year, a reflective practice review. Non-compliance with the requirements of the CCP is deemed to exhibit unprofessional conduct and could place a member’s practice permit at risk.  Continued non-compliance could lead to suspension of the permit.

The annual cycle for the Continuing Competence Program begins on September 1 and continues through to August 31 of the following year.

Program Information

Complete program information can be found in the Continuing Competence Program Guide.

Required CCP Hours

For hours chart and information click here.

Program Documentation

In each CCP cycle, a member is required to complete a reflective practice review.  This process serves to provide guidance to help us look back over events that have happened and to turn them into learning experiences.

Documentation of your continuing competence activities, and other relevant information, is an official record of participation in the CCP and tangibly demonstrates that you have met the CCP requirements.

Program Compliance

In each CCP cycle, a member must complete all three components of the reflective practice review.  This includes the self-assessment, learning plan and reflective learning.  In order to be in compliance with the program, a member must record all aspects of the CCP on the My CCP platform prior to the conclusion of the cycle.

Retention of Records

Your reflective practice review including self-assessment, learning plan, records of CCP activities and any supporting documentation relevant to your CCP must be kept for five years as evidence of your activities. Records kept on the My CCP platform are kept beyond this requirement.