QA Cycle 12 runs from November 1, 2018 to October 31, 2020. Requirements for Cycle 12 largely mirror those of Cycle 11, except that RMTs who are inactive for the entire cycle will be required to earn 12 CECs. Seven CECs will also be awarded to RMTs who complete a survey on CMTBC’s Next Generation QA Program that will follow Cycle 12.
CMTBC has developed a new standard of practice on consent and published it for an eight-week notice period, during which any RMT or member of the public may submit comments about the proposed standard.
RMTs have until October 31, 2018 to complete required continuing education credits. Read comprehensive information on how to ensure you have enough CECs by the deadline.
RMTs planning continuing education activities that are not on the Approved Continuing Education list need to take steps to ensure they receive continuing education credits for those activities.
While a number of RMTs have completed their continuing education credit requirements for Cycle 11, as of mid-July 2018, most registrants still need to report their CECs in the Registrant Portal.
CMTBC provides clarification on what the College’s new standard of practice on professional boundaries means for the practice of accepting tips from patients.