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When the Discipline Committee finds a member guilty of professional misconduct or incompetent, or when the Fitness to Practise Committee finds a member incapacitated, the Committee may order the Registrar to impose terms, conditions or limitations on the member’s certificate. This may include conditions requiring the member to successfully complete Prescribed Professional Learning courses, also referred to as remedial courses.
Members may also be required to complete other types of courses, such as Additional Basic Qualifications or Additional Qualifications.
Courses are tailored to members’ specific needs and focus on the areas of practice requiring remediation. Course outlines have been developed to address the four most common types of Prescribed Professional Learning courses:
The Registrar must pre-approve courses, which are taught by practitioners with demonstrated educational leadership, and / or expertise in a particular subject.
The decision of the panel of the Discipline Committee or Fitness to Practise Committee will outline the type of course(s) that you are required to take and specified area(s) of focus. Course outlines can be found in the links above.
Upon successful completion of your prescribed course(s), this condition on your certificate will be considered satisfied.
Please email the completed form with attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can be directed to 437.880.3236 or Toll-free (Canada and U.S.A.): 1.833.966.5588
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