The College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals (CVRP) is the self-regulatory body for Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals practicing
in Canada. The mandate of the regulatory College is to protect the public through a rigorous credentialing process where all certified registrants have met the minimum standard of knowledge and competency by having to pass the College’s peer-reviewed certification examination. College registrants are held to comprehensive professional standards of practice, and a complaints and discipline procedure to ensure that the certified registrants are held to the highest level professional practice to the public, who they serve.
To ensure that the protection mandate to the public is invoked, the College developed a detailed Code of Ethics to align with Standards of Practice for the certified registrants, and a series of Rules to govern the practice of vocational rehabilitation registrants. There are Five (5) Rules and two (2) Professional Conduct Policies.
The CVRP Rules, formerly referred to as ‘Procedures of Conduct’, have been approved by the Board of Directors for the purposes of regulating the certified registrants of the College, as outlined in the General By-Law No.1 (see below)
The College Rules are listed below:
The Professional Conduct Policies are listed below:
The General By-Law No.1, which addresses the operational affairs of the College, was revised by the CVRP Corporate Counsel prior to the 2014 AGM. The revisions were completed do bring the By-Law No.1 into alignment with the Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act to allow the College to continue under the Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act. This document was passed by the Board of Directors on October 29, 2014 and ratified at the AGM on December 3, 2014.
Here is the revised copy of the General By-Law No. 1, passed by the Board of Directors on April 3rd, 2019 – CVRP By-laws for Canada NFP- signed 3Ap2019