Goal setting is an important aspect of the healing process. My goal is to get home and continue to be with my wife and children.

Kenny Hueston, Client

CCP Resources

Quarterly Continuing Competence Meet Ups

Do you need a refresher on how to add or edit content in your annual continuing competence Learning Plan? Would you like advice and guidance on how much content to include or when and how to upload supporting documents to a Learning Record? Would you like to network and chat with OT colleagues from across the province about how they approach selecting areas of focus and setting learning goals for their practice area/setting?

If so, please join ACOT staff at one or all of the following sessions. No need to pre-register, just click on the link for the session date/time below.

Tuesday May 11, 2021 – Noon-1pm (27 people attended)

Wednesday Sep 8, 2021 – 3-4pm

Thursday Nov 18, 2021 – Noon-1pm

The following written materials have been prepared to assist in completing the Continuing Competence Program requirements:

Continuing Competence Program (CCP) Step-by-Step Guide

Guide to Registration Renewal

Answers to Registrant Questions About the CCP

CCP Submission Rubric

2020-21 CCP Information Sessions: Slide Deck

2020-21 CCP Information Session: Video

CCP Submission Examples to Accompany Slide Deck

Examples of CCP Submissions for Unique Practice Areas & Settings

The following video tutorials have been prepared to assist in navigating the online registration/continuing competence platform:

Updating Your Profile – Part 1 (Name, Contact Information, Credentials)

Updating Your Profile – Part 2 (Employment Status, Practice Hours)

Updating Your Profile – Part 3 (Specializations, Other Jurisdictions)

Completing Your CCP – Part 1 (CCP Overview and Self-Assessment)

Completing Your CCP – Part 2 (Initiating Your Learning Plan)

Completing Your CCP – Part 3 (Completing Your Learning Plan)

Completing Your CCP – Part 4 (Editing your Learning Goals Mid-Year)

Reflective Practice

Origin of Reflective Practice

Ruth Duggan’s Research on Reflective Practice

The Critical Incident

Journaling as Reflective Practice

Individual Reflection vs. Group Reflection

Reflection in Action

Reflection in Your Daily Practice