Continuing Professional Development

Ongoing professional development is important for psychologists in all fields of the discipline. For registered psychologists, ongoing professional development on an annual basis, is in fact a requirement of registration with the number of hours required varying by province.

Created in-house, or through partnerships, the CPA’s professional development currently catalogue contains more than 40 offerings with 20+ new ones being added per month – a breadth and depth that serves psychologists in all areas and career stages.

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The CPA, in conjunction with VocalMeet and Captus Press offer 23 web-based courses.
 
 
 
 
To view catalogue, click here.
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In partnership with APA, the CPA currently offers 21 web-based courses with more than 120 slated to be available by December 2021.
 
 
To view catalogue, click here.
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Over 35 clinics, institutes, societies, associations and individuals have received approval from CPA’s Continuing Education Sponsor Review Committee to be sponsors of continuing education activities.
 
To view all sponsors, click here.

The CPA actively supports knowledge exchange and life-long learning through our continuing education approval programme and by offering educational opportunities tailored to the needs of psychologists across the country. These opportunities include:

  • Online professional development workshops
  • Half-day or full-day pre-convention workshops
  • Professional development workshops offering during convention
  • Sponsored workshops
  • Half or one-day seminars

For more information contact – education@cpa.ca


Continuing Professional Development News

CPA-APA Continuing Professional Development Course Series is Here!

FIRST 21 COURSES FROM THE NEW CPA-APA PARTNERSHIP READY TO LAUNCH – WITH HUNDREDS MORE ON THE WAY!

Informed by our research, member requests and topical issues, the CPA-APA Continuing Professional Development course bank will be filled with hundreds of CPD offerings by year’s end. Click here to learn more and to view the first 21 courses.