Peer and practice assessments are a requirement for all regulated health professions in accordance with the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 (RHPA). Participation in the assessment allows members of the College to demonstrate their professional knowledge, skills, and judgment with a peer assessor.
There are two components to the assessment process; distance and in-person. Depending on the outcome of the distance assessment, participation in an in-person assessment may not be required.
Each year, a number of members in the General or Supervised Practice class will be randomly selected to participate in the assessment. Members will be notified by email if they have been selected in early January.
Distance Assessment Evaluation
In-person Assessment Evaluation
To read more about the assessment process, please read through the Peer & Practice Assessment Guide.