The CMTBC Board has approved a new standard of practice on professional boundaries. The standard of practice clearly defines expectations for RMTs in the area of boundaries.
CMTBC has posted the College’s 2017 Annual Report and Audited Financial Statements on the CMTBC website. The report includes messages from the Board Chair and Registrar, feature stories on the registration examination and other topics, and committee reports.
Prior to enrollment in Standard First Aid and CPR-C training, RMTs are advised to confirm that successful completion will result in a certificate from one of five national certifying organizations.
RMTs must complete their continuing education activities for Cycle 11 of the QA program by October 31, 2018. Learn about the deadlines and requirements, and see a data snapshot of how RMTs are doing so far.