Enhance the Value and Increase the Reach of your Educational Activities
The Continuing Education Credit Approval Program (CECAP) offers you the ability to have your education activity accredited for ARRT-approved “Category A” credits. This process ensures that meaningful educational activities are offered to Canadian MRTs, shows your participants you’re your activity has met high educational standards, and brings value to your event.
Benefits of Accreditation
- Once approved, your activity will fulfill continuing education requirements established by provincial associations or regulatory bodies, including the ARRT, so MRTs will know that taking your activity directly benefits them!
- This accreditation indicates to your participants that the event meets high educational standards.
- Obtaining approval is easy and collaborative!
- You will enjoy complimentary listing on the CPD Repository and can brand your activity as CAMRT-CECAP approved.
When an application for Category A credits comes from a sponsor (you), it is reviewed against ARRT requirements. The ARRT has mandatory policies, processes, and standards that CAMRT maintains during the credit approval process. While this is completed in the CAMRT office, a subject matter expert(s) reviews the content of the event.
For an educational activity to be approved, it must be a planned continuing professional development activity related to medical radiation technology. It must enhance the professional knowledge, skill, and judgment of the MRT in providing services to patients, peers, the public, and other healthcare professionals. The subject matter must be well covered and be related to current or future practice.
After any questions are answered and the review fee is paid, an approval letter including a credit reference code is issued, which includes mandatory requirements for the sponsor (you) surrounding attendance tracking, letters of completion, and accreditation code expiration date.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or if you require non-Category A credits.
The CECAP handbook contains the full details on the process, cost, impact, requirements, and guidelines of the accreditation program. Please familiarize yourself with it, your sponsor requirements are outlined there in full. The application must be submitted between 10 business days (live events) and 45 business days (self-learning) in advance of the event, at a minimum. Costs are outlined in the Handbook and directly support CPD through the national association.
Corporate Agreement Form: Corporate sponsorship is available to institutions / organizations sponsoring multiple live MRT-related activities in one year. Please contact email@example.com regarding an agreement and see the Handbook for full details.
The CAMRT is proud to support MRT appreciation week with free credit review for live events (including webinars) that are taking place during MRT week. Please return the application form to the CAMRT no later than two work weeks prior to MRT week.
The event must meet the following criteria in addition to all relevant CECAP requirements:
- Be a Live Lecture/webinar
- Take place between during Medical Radiation Technology Week in Canada
- Be easily accessible to Canadian MRTs
- Be 3 hours or less in length
If you have questions or need help with your application, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.