Continuing Competence Program
Your annual practice review consists of a self-assessment, learning plan and reflective learning activities. Here is a list of learning activities the Competence Committee has deemed satisfactory with time restrictions:
Satisfactory learning activities with time restrictions
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) time may be counted for up to four hours per CCP cycle. Any CPR hours that exceed the four hours are not considered to add to the satisfactory learning requirement.
- ACMDTT courses, including the Regulation Education Module; Heightening Professional Boundaries and Occupational Health & Safety in the Health Care Environment may be counted for up to four hours each towards a CCP cycle.
- College/Association newsletters, and articles contained therein, may be counted for up to no more than one hour of learning collectively, per issue, towards a CCP cycle.
- College members, who complete peer-to-peer image/recording reviews, may use a maximum of four hours towards a CCP cycle.
- College members, who participate in the act of clinical precepting, may use a maximum of five hours towards a CCP cycle.
- Job/performance evaluations may be counted for up to no more than one hour of learning per CCP cycle.
- Participation in tradeshows for the purpose of public awareness of the profession may be used for a maximum of eight hours per CCP cycle.
- The My CCP tutorial may be used for a maximum of one-half hour of satisfactory learning.
- N95 mask fitting may be used for a maximum of 15 minutes per CCP cycle.
The CCP cycle ends on August 31, you are required to complete the 2018/19 cycle by that time.