The Continuing Competence Program was developed under the direction of the Regulated Forestry Profession Act to provide for regulated members to maintain competence and to enhance the provision of professional services.
As a regulated member, your reporting requirements under the CC Program are:
- 75 hours per reporting period, 45 of which shall be Category 1; Structured Learning
- A reporting period consists of the current reporting year, Oct 1 to Sept 30, including the past two reporting years.
- The reporting period closes on the last day of September each year and reporting is due by October 15 of each year.
All reporting is done online. Paper submissions are no longer used. Reporting can be done in the members section at www.capft.ca, by logging in with your personal log in name and password.
The CC reporting system will not allow entries past the due date. If you have missed the due date, please contact the CAPFT office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780.761.8733, to request assistance.
Annual, internal audits are conducted, on 10% of the membership, to ensure compliance and effectiveness. Members audited are randomly selected, and will not be audited more frequently than once every 3 years.
Categories, Areas, and Reporting
For information on where and how to report your competency activities, please review the Reporting Instructions for the current reporting period:
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2017
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2015
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2014
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2013
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2011-2012
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2009-2010
- Continuing Competence Program Reporting Instructions 2008-2009
The Continuing Competence Program Manual provides background, historical and functional information regarding the CC Program. It describes the reporting process and the regulations and bylaws surrounding the program.
All applications for your Annual Practice Permit are now conducted online. This will consist of submitting:
- Your annual membership dues
- Your annual CCP reporting requirements
- Your annual declaration, and
- Reviewing and updating all of your personal, contact and employment information in the CAPFT register.
This process was previously performed using the Practice Permit Application form.
- Practice Permit Application 2016
- Practice Permit Application 2015
- Practice Permit Application 2014
- Practice Permit Application 2013
- Practice Permit Application 2012
- Practice Permit Application 2011
Changes have occurred to the CC Program to keep the program applicable and obtainable to all of our members. Then and Now, 2009 Changes to CAPFT CCP Program outlines the changes made within the current reporting period.