There are six steps in the CCCEP individual learning activity accreditation process:

  1. Pre-Application (Development) - provider develops the learning activity, gets an expert review and completes other required documents;
  2. Application Submission - provider completes the online application form and submits learning activity content and other documents to CCCEP;
  3. Accreditation Review - CCCEP reviews the content and other learning materials and prepares the Preliminary Report on the review;
  4. Decision on Accreditation - CCCEP sends the Preliminary Report to provider, which identifies changes for accreditation, and provider advises CCCEP of the changes made to learning activity;
  5. Finalize Documentation - CCCEP sends letter of accreditation, lists the program on the CCCEP website and finalizes documentation;
  6. Post-Accreditation - Provider delivers activity, submits reports to CCCEP, renews activity and updates as needed.

Each type of application for accreditation follows a similar process. The timeline and type of review conducted may vary for the different types of accreditation reviews (New Activity, Administrative Change, Activity Type Change and Extension).

Click on the link to download a detailed overview of CCCEP accreditation process.

* The numbers in the graph refer to the step in the accreditation process