College Audit of CCP Submissions
The role of the College, as defined in legislation (the Health Professions Act), is to establish, maintain, and enforce standards for the continuing competent practice of the regulated profession. The College has a responsibility to monitor the effectiveness of the program and each regulated member’s participation in the program.
A review audit is an internal College process of ensuring regulated members’ reflections on learning are appropriate to their set learning goals and demonstrate application to or enhancement of practice. Every year, the College randomly selects one third of all regulated members for program review audit of their submitted Learning Plans.
A document audit includes a request from the College to submit verifications of completed learning activities. The College will randomly select 10% of all audited programs for a document audit. Should you be selected, you will be required to submit these materials to the College through electronic upload for audit, which will also include an audit of your submitted Learning Plans. It is therefore essential that you keep accurate records of your CCP verification documentation for a minimum of three years. The College can request this documentation at any time.
Please refer to the Continuing Competence Program (CCP) Manual for more information on the audit process and what regulated members should be doing each year.