Jurisprudence e-Learning Module now availableThe Professional Practice & Jurisprudence e-Learning Module can now be completed online. The module is intended for prospective members of the new College – successful completion of the module is one of the requirements for registration.
JRP ModuleThe jurisprudence (JRP) module is a learning program designed for adult learners. It presents information about Ontario law that regulated health professionals need to know in order to practise safely and ethically. The module is divided into 16 ‘lessons’ which can be completed in random order and at different times. Total time to complete the program is approximately four to six hours or possibly longer. Each lesson covers a different topic, with question sets appearing at intervals throughout. Information is presented visually on screen and by voiceover (narrator).
The module can be completed in stages – over several days, weeks or even months. All submitted answers will be saved in the system, and you will be able to resume work on the module at your convenience. Failed question sets can be retried as many times as necessary to successfully complete them. A lock-out period of one hour follows a failed question set, to allow the applicant to review relevant learning material.
Successful completion of the JRP e-Learning Module will be required for registration with the College, and normally is completed prior to submitting an application for registration.
Before starting the module, prospective members are advised to read the online document, Professional Practice and Jurisprudence for Registered Psychotherapists – it provides all the background information required. For those who read the document first, the module will serve mainly as a review of the material.Update February 14: Registration Committee recently announced a change to the timing for applicants to complete the Professional Practice and Jurisprudence Learning Module, an important step to registration with the College.
Previously, an applicant could have successfully completed the Jurisprudence Learning Module three years prior to application for registration with the College. This window will be reduced to two years in the next version of the Registration Regulation.
It is expected that this change will adversely affect very few, if any, applicants. It will, however, enhance the currency of the professional and legal knowledge of those seeking to become members of this College.
To allow for a smooth transition from the 3-year to the 2-year window, Registration Committee will permit all applicants who successfully complete the Jurisprudence Learning Module prior to proclamation of the Psychotherapy Act, 2007 to take advantage of the original 3-year window.
Creating a User Account
The first step in completing the JRP module is to create a User Account. Click here to create a user account. You will be asked to enter a username & password and providing other identifying information (name, address, etc.). Next steps:
- select the e-Learning tab
- enroll to do the JRP module
- pay the $60 + HST fee (don’t forget the HST or access will be denied)
Important: REMEMBER YOUR USERNAME & PASSWORD
Note: If you are already on our e-mailing list, this does not mean you already have a User Account; you must click on the link above and create a User Account.
Fees are paid online by selecting the name of your banking institution and using your Account Number. Each step is explained as you go through the process. You may also pay the e-Learning fee at your bank in person, in which case you’ll need to take with you the invoice that will be generated by the system and the abbreviation used for the College by your financial institution (a list of these will appear after you create an account). Please note that we are not accepting credit cards or cheques.
Note: Requests for refunds may incur a $25 administration fee.
IMPORTANT: fee transfers from your bank to the College’s bank normally take up to three business days. Once fees are received by the College, you’ll be able to access the JRP e-Learning Module from your User Account, accessed through our website.
Please do not:
- send cheques
- send or submit application materials for registration (we are not accepting applications yet)
- create multiple accounts (this may cause confusion in the registration process). REMEMBER YOUR USERNAME & PASSWORD!