CE: continuing education
CECs: continuing education credits
Cycle 13 runs from November 1, 2020 to October 31, 2022. It is the 13th continuing education cycle since CMTBC introduced two-year reporting cycles, outlined in the College Bylaws, Section 63.2.
Evidence: a body of substantiated information derived from credible sources and a systematic process of assessing numerical and narrative data. This is a working definition based on work CMTBC has undertaken with the Career Span Competence Collaborative. While the definition may change over time, it is in effect for the duration of Cycle 13 and will be applied without exception to applications for approval of CE activities in Cycle 13.
Evidence Informed Practice (EIP) is an approach to professional practice that integrates the best available research, practice context including RMTs’ scope of practice defined by BC’s Massage Therapists Regulation, patients’ perspectives, and the clinician’s own professional knowledge and skill. EIP requires clinicians to critically assess all information sources, to focus on facts and observations rather than opinions and traditions, and to be responsive to new knowledge.
There are two categories of CECs in Cycle 13:
CECs are awarded for EIP CE activities that meet all these criteria for approval:
Click on the bold text in each accordion box below to read important information about criteria for approval.
CMTBC will post a Cycle 13 – Apply for Approval of Continuing Education Activities page with information about applying for approval to receive CECs for education activities that are not on the Cycle 13 Approved Continuing Education Activities list. September 6, 2022 is the last date applications for approval will be accepted for inclusion in Cycle 13.
While CMTBC provides CECs for activities that meet the criteria for approval, the College cannot attest to the quality of the activities or of the instructors. Approval reflects confirmation that an activity meets published criteria for approval. It is always the individual registrant’s responsibility to select what is of value and will be transferred to his/her practice, within standards set by CMTBC.