Learning Resources

A variety of learning activities may be used in order to support learning pursuant to the regulated member’s area of practice. Activities that may be considered for learning include but are not limited to reading journals, taking courses and website learning. This page provides a listing of potential options for learning. It is important to note that the learning resources provided serve as suggestions and may not apply to each member’s practice. A personal learning record must be completed in order to support the learning that has taken place.

The Competence Committee of the College has considered varied learning activities that have been submitted through the CCP audit process. The following is a list of learning activities the Competence Committee has deemed to be satisfactory, satisfactory with time restrictions and not satisfactory (please note that this is only a listing of potential options).

Satisfactory learning activities
  • When a member delivers a presentation/lecture, it is recognized that this involves professional learning. In light of this, the member may use the time spent in preparation for this activity and the time spent delivering this presentation/lecture one time, towards the CCP requirements.
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 and the new learning modules, and the AFRHP Protecting Patients from Sexual Abuse and Misconduct course [Content note: This course includes scenarios that depict sexual abuse and misconduct. Resources are available to help you access information and support.] 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.
Unsatisfactory learning activities
  • A learning activity submitted without adequate self-reflection is not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Time spent completing ACMDTT CCP documentation is not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Learning for personal improvement (i.e., yoga, wellness activities), not related to professional improvement, is not considered a satisfactory learning activity.
  • Time spent learning shift management software, expense tracking or payroll education is not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Online video learning will not be considered satisfactory learning unless supported with appropriate citation and appropriate self-reflection.
  • Staff/Committee meetings, without adequate self-reflection for each individual meeting, are not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Meetings restricted to the content of contract negotiations/pension plans are not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Personal financial planning activities and union meetings are not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Research completed on peer-edited websites (i.e., Wikipedia or derivatives) is not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Time spent completing an examination is not considered satisfactory learning.
  • Time spent on social media networking is not considered satisfactory learning.

Learning activities recorded in duplicate (or other multiples) will only be counted once towards the member’s CCP.


ACMDTT Courses

ACMDTT Regulation Education Module

A comprehensive look at the pillars of regulation that govern the practice of ACMDTT members. This may be accessed through the My CCP portal on the home page.


AFRHP Courses

Protecting Patients from Sexual Abuse and Misconduct

[Content note: This course includes scenarios that depict sexual abuse and misconduct. Resources are available to help you access information and support.]

Created by the Alberta Federation of Regulated Health Professions, this course helps regulated health professionals understand and comply with Bill 21: An Act to Protect Patients. The Continuing Competence Committee considers this learning essential for members and has determined this course and its quizzes may be counted for up to 4 hours per CCP cycle. This government-funded course replaces the interim step the College had taken through the learning module that you have seen on our website so far.


CONNECT 2019 Recordings

The CONNECT 2019 recordings have been published to the CAMRT CPD catalogue.

They can be found on the CAMRT website.

These recordings are now being offered at no cost. If you are a CAMRT member, log into your profile when prompted and the 100% discount will be automatically applied at check out. If you are not a CAMRT member, simply log in as a guest and use the code CONNECT2019 to receive the discount.


CONNECT 2018 Recordings:

The CONNECT 2018 recordings have been published to the CAMRT CPD catalogue.

They can be found on the CAMRT website.


2017 ACMDTT Conference Presentations


Mobile Applications (Apps)

Fees may apply


Post-Secondary Courses & Programs


Journals


Current News & Information


Professional Organizations


Health Information Databases


Safety & Ethics


Other Learning Opportunities

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