Registration

This section provides information for all candidates interested in applying for registration with the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists.  For more information, choose the appropriate category of registration for which you are applying.

  1. 2018 Registration renewal dates

The 2018 renewal commences on October 1, 2017 and ends on November 30, 2017.

You are reminded that your practice permit is valid from January 1, 2017-December 31, 2017. In order to be eligible to practice your profession in 2018, you will need to renew your practice permit, and complete all of the legally mandated requirements to the satisfaction of your regulatory College, within the time specified.

  1. December late renewal administrative fees

In 2017, the ACMDTT Council amended a policy to direct that late renewal fees would be increased from their previous $50 level. The fees will now be $150 on top of the $450 renewal fee for any renewals commencing on or after December 1, 2017. Members are strongly advised to renew within the College renewal window of October 1, 2017- November 30, 2017.

  1. Continuing Competence Program (CCP) analytics audit

The ACMDTT can now assess whether data have been entered into the online My CCP platform. This analytic tool will be used in September to identify any members who are attempting to renew without having completed their CCP.

Please note:

  • CCP completion for 2016/17 is expected to be completed by August 31, 2017.
  • When certifying that you have completed your CCP in the declaration, if you have not done so, is defined as unprofessional conduct under the Health Professions Act, and may give rise to serious consequences.
  • Registration will not be renewed for individuals who have not completed all of the requirements of their CCP under the Regulations.
  • Your practice permit can be suspended, or have conditions imposed upon it if you attempt to renew, and have not completed the CCP requirements as set out in the regulations.

The College serves its function and duty under the Health Professions Act to ensure that members of the public are assured of receiving safe, competent and ethical care. This is achieved by regulated professionals who continuously strive for professional excellence, who continue to improve their competence, and who enhance the provision of professional services. Attending to CCP requirements is one important vehicle within the attainment of public safety.