CAP defines competence as a multidimensional construct that is generally considered to be comprised knowledge, skill, judgement, and diligence. Competence is determined by the entrance to practice requirements and then maintained through participation in the Continuing Competence Program.
CAP’s Continuing Competence Program (CCP) has three main purposes:
The following video provides helpful information about the role and design of the CCP so that regulated members are aware of the annual requirements for the profession. For additional information see the CAP CCP Member Guide below under the CCP Resources section.
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November 18, 2021
December 7, 2021
January 20, 2022
MyCAP Login access to CCP opens.
Members will complete Steps 1 and 2 prior to renewing for the 2022/23 practice permit year.
MyCAP Login access to CCP Step 3 opens for the 2022/23 practice permit year.
Members can amend their practice profile and goals as well as document their activities.
Members complete Step 3 and finalize their CCP activities for the current 2022/23 practice permit year.
MyCAP Login access to CCP Steps 1 and 2 opens for the 2023/24 practice permit year.
The following section provides a full description of CAP’s Continuing Competence Program as well as resources and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and answers to assist psychologists as they navigate through the program.
Member feedback is important. Your contribution is anonymous and will become part of a collection of information to inform the program. Click here to begin a short survey.
If you have any questions, please use the email form below.
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This section provides information and resources regarding registration requirements, fees and renewing a practice permit.
This section provides information and resources to address concerns about the conduct of a psychologist.
CAP communicates with members, providing regulatory information and guidance. Regulated members are welcome to contact CAP for professional guidance related to regulatory information.
Learn more about CAP and its mandated responsibiliites under the Health Professions Act.
A number of documents govern the regulation of the profession of psychology and documents and resources are developed in order to promote competent and ethical practice and to guide its members.
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