The Self-Assessment tool is meant to help you build awareness of the current state of your practice by capturing a snapshot of your current knowledge, skill and judgment. It consists of two sections:
The General Professional Obligations Inventory will help you assess your own knowledge, skill and judgment in select competency areas related to professional regulation. It incorporates CRPO’s Professional Practice Standards and addresses changes in your practice environment and advances in technology.
The Reflection section consists of a series of exercises designed to help you contemplate the more interpersonal aspects of your practice, such as your professional relationships, support systems, and safe and effective use of self (SEUS).
Complete the Self-Assessment within two months of registration by responding to the questions in both sections in accordance with the instructions provided in the QA Portal.
At least one Self-Assessment must be completed for each two-year Professional Development participation cycle. If a significant change in practice has occurred (e.g. change in clientele), a new Self-Assessment must be completed within 6 months of the change. The Learning Plan, described in the next section, must be updated to reflect any newly identified learning goals.