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Continuing education credit requirements for practising and non-practising RMTs

In CMTBC’s quality assurance Cycle 12, which runs from November 1, 2018 to October 31, 2020, requirements for obtaining continuing education credits (CECs) differ for RMTs depending on their status and the length of time they maintain their status.

RMTs in BC can either have a status of practising (formerly called active) or non-practicing (formerly called inactive). Both practising and non-practising RMTS are required to earn CECs. The table below outlines the CEC requirements for practising and non-practising RMTs in Cycle 12:

StatusCMTBC’s online course required (available November 2019)Remaining CECs required
(in addition to completion of CMTBC’s online course)
Practising for 12 months or more in Cycle 12

Yes

14

Practising for less than 12 months/Non-practising for 12 months or more in Cycle 12Yes2
Non-practising for all of Cycle 12Yes2
New RMT, registered for the first time with CMTBC in the first year of Cycle 12, before November 1, 2019Yes14
New RMT, registered for the first time with CMTBC in the second year of Cycle 12, on or after November 1, 2019No, online course content is included in CMTBC’s entry-to-practice examination0

For more information, see Continuing Education Credits.

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