July 30, 2018
In three months, on October 31, 2018, quality assurance Cycle 11 will end for all RMTs. Depending on if you are Active, have been Inactive, or are a new CMTBC registrant, RMTs need to complete different levels of continuing education credits (CECs) by the end of Cycle 11 to comply with requirements.
For information on how many CECs you need to complete in Cycle 11, see the chart that summarizes RMT CEC requirements in the cycle.
Log in to CMTBC’s Registrant Portal to see your Registrant Dashboard that shows a “Continuing Education Progress” table. The table provides important information, including the number of CECs you have reported to date for Cycle 11 and the remaining required CECs.
Regardless if you need 24 CECs or 12 CECs in Cycle 11, 10 of those credits must be earned by successfully completing CMTBC’s two online courses. See the CMTBC online courses section on this website, which includes a helpful video that guides you step-by-step in getting started on the courses.
If you still need CECs from other activities, first check CMTBC’s Approved Continuing Education Activities list to see if your planned activity has been approved for Cycle 11 CECs. If not, you’ll have to apply for course approval by the deadline for applications: September 6, 2018.
Please remember: the approved activities list is not a listing of available courses and locations; it only lists courses that RMTs or course instructors have applied for approval, and that meet the criteria for approval. If you need Cycle 11 CECs and are planning on an activity that does not appear on the approved activities list, apply as soon as possible. Don’t delay.
For more information, read the FAQs on Cycle 11 QA requirements.