Note: This article was originally published in our Summer 2020 edition of our On Call newsletter, and has not been updated.
Just a reminder to members in the General or Supervised Practice class, including New Registrants, that they are required to report their Quality Assurance Program (QAP) requirements by October 1, 2020.
Members may log into the Member Portal to record their continuing education and professional development activities in the Quality Assurance Program section. Entries must include the date, location, number of hours, learning needs, goals and content.
Once members submit their QAP and it meets the requirements, they will receive a Notice of Compliance. If a member has not met the requirements of the program, they will be issued a Notice of Non-compliance. Members who receive this notice are required to submit an administrative fee ($50) and the QAP Barriers to Compliance document.
If members require an exemption from reporting QAP because of illness or any other circumstance the Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) considers appropriate, they must submit a QAP Exemption Request form to be reviewed by the QAC.
More information about the QAP, including requirements, reporting and exemptions can be found here.