Download the specific application forms according to the types of credits for which you are applying. If you’re not certain of which form to use, please contact our office for assistance.
Group Learning Programs
For Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons: Section 1 credits and/or The College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC): Mainpro+, level 1*
*Only organizations, faculties or departments associated with uOttawa and the Faculty of Medicine can apply for CFPC certification through our office.
How to Apply
*Important note before getting started: Please make sure to download the Application form and supporting documentation from our website, or contact us should you be unsure of what forms to download, as they are updated frequently. Using an old Application form, or old Conflict of Interest form, for instance, will delay the processing and reviewing of your application.
- Review the requirements for accreditation of a program that are described in the application form for group learning;
- Fill in the application;
- Attach all the required documentation and review the Checklist before submitting;
- Email the completed application and supporting documentation to both these addresses: CPDaccreditation@toh.ca and firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are running into difficulties, please let us know, and perhaps we can guide you and save you some time.
- For CFPC Programs, you will need to complete the Statement of Involvement Form in program planning.
Royal College: Section 3 Programs – (Simulation or Self-Assessment)
- Accreditation – Section 3 – Self Assessment
- Accreditation – Section 3 - Simulation
- Accreditation – Section 3 - Self-Assessment Activity Renewal
- Please contact our office for information about our accreditation fees.
- Robert Parson, Education and Accreditation Consultant or
- Roslyn Ahrens, Accreditation and Website Coordinator.
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada’s CPD Activity Toolkit and the National Standard for Support of Accredited CPD Activities
- College of Family Physicians of Canada’s Mainpro+ quick reference guide and commonly referenced resources.