Website Posting Policies

The College provides the opportunity for registrants, and those people & related professionals who access the services of CVRP registrants, to post notice of the following items:

 

Full policies are provided below including links to the submission forms.

 

Policy on Approving / Posting Employer Education and Sponsor Training Programs

I. Introduction

The College provides an opportunity to educational/training institutes, organizations, sponsors and/or groups offering VR (Vocational Rehabilitation) and VE (Vocational Evaluation) training programs, events, workshops, seminars and/or courses to obtain pre-approval from the College, and post the approved on the College’s website. This is offered as a service to organizations as a promotional benefit in attracting CVRP or CCVE registrants to their events, to our registrants and for those professionals in pursuit of achieving College certification, in keeping with the College’s mandate to safeguard the public by making registrants aware of these opportunities for continuing education.

 

Sponsors who might apply for this pre-approval option would typically include:

  • employers providing ongoing in-service training to their certified employees

  • educational institutions / training institutes

  • professional associations

  • independent education sponsors

  • other groups offering accredited or peer-reviewed education

Typical programs would include topics for Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), Vocational Evaluation (VE), Disability Management (DM) and Life Care Planning (LCP) training programs, as well as programs for mental health education, professional development, best practices and self-care programs for regulated professionals.

 

II. Eligibility Terms of Reference

The College will accept posts for training programs, workshops, seminars and/or courses that fall within any of the 9 domain focus areas and meets the standards of practice upheld by the College.

 

Beyond the screening process to approve the training programs, the College does not assume responsibility for screening the educational/ training institutes or organizations themselves, nor does it endorse products or services of these organizations. It is the registrants’ responsibility to adequately research the training providers and verify their terms and conditions that may apply to successfully obtaining continuing education units. It is not the role of the College to monitor operational practices of these service providing organizations.

 

III. Procedure to Request Pre-approval

CVRP encourages submissions for continuing education pre-approval consideration as this process verifies the exact contact hours/CEUs to be allotted for the specific program, course and/or event.

  1. To request pre-approval of a program, course and/or event (including employment in-service, public or private institution courses/programs of study), seminar, conference, symposium, college or university program/course, a sponsoring organization must complete the Request for Approving and Posting Training or Seminar or Conference and submit all required documentation for consideration. Ensure that all documents are uploaded as outline in the form. It is the sponsor organization’s responsibility to ensure that all necessary information is provided to support the pre-approval review. Incomplete submissions cannot be considered until all necessary supporting documentation has been provided.

  2. Organizations, sponsors and/or groups (applicant sponsors) submitting requests for pre-approval of their programs are required to provide an initial processing fee as per the Request Form below. Upon subsequent submissions by the same applicant sponsors, a processing fee is required with each additional request for pre-approval of CEUs. The initial processing fee applies once per calendar year (Please click here for details on fees). The applicant sponsor must submit the fee for the pre-approval of the upcoming education before the program can be posted on the CVRP website and distributed in the registrants email announcements. The College reserves the right to set the fee for this service and from time to time, adjust those fees at the direction of the Governing Board of Directors.

  3. Upon gaining approved status, the program/course/event will be posted on the College Seminar and Conference Web Page and added to the Current List of Approved CEU Programs. The college will endeavour to approve all complete requests as quickly as possible (within 4 weeks of submission) All approved postings will be noted with the post date and remain on the College website until the program’s application deadline.

  4. The College reserves the right to remove as it warrants any training program posted at any time. The College is the sole determiner as to what will appear on this site.

  5. Please contact the College at info@cvrp.ca if you have any questions.

Click here to fill out Request for Approving and Posting Training Form

 

 

Policy for CVRP Job Posting Board

I. Definition

  1. The College offers a job board as a service to our registrants and in pursuit of it mandate to safeguard the public by making registrants aware of these opportunities.

  2. The College will accept posts for full-time, part-time, or internship level positions within the standards of practice upheld by the College.

  3. The College does not assume responsibility for screening employer organizations nor does it endorse employment opportunities, labour practices, products or services of these organizations. It is the responsibility of the organization seeking the job posting to adequately research Provincial and Federal Employment Standards and to abide to those standards for job postings. It is not the role of the College to monitor operational practices of employer organizations.

II. Procedure

  1. The organization wishing to post a job must complete the online Request for Job Posting form linked here. All positions will be noted with the post date and remain on the College website until the application deadline, or for 30 days. Contact info@cvrp.ca for more information on the CVRP job board posts.

  2. The College reserves the right to remove as it warrants any job posted at any time. The College is the sole determiner as to what will appear on this site.

  3. Under typical circumstances job posting advertisements will remain on the site until their date of application acceptance close or 30 days whichever is greater.

Click here to fill out the Job Posting form

 

 

Policy on Posting of Request for Proposal (RFP)

I. Definition

  1. The offers the posting of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) on its website (www.cvrp.ca) as a service to our registrants and in pursuit of its mandate to safeguard the public by making registrants aware of these opportunities.

  2. The College will accept notices for requests for proposals soliciting services that reasonably fall within the standards of practice upheld by the College.

  3. The College does not assume responsibility for screening soliciting organizations nor does it endorse the business practices, products or services of these organizations. It is the respondents’ responsibility, as a bidder, to adequately research organizations and to verify that terms and conditions of any proposal fall within the CVRP Standards of Practice that may be important in making service offering decisions. It is not the role of the College to monitor operational practices of organizations.

II. Procedure

  1. To post a Request for Proposal (RFP), complete the online form and attach a PDF copy of the RFP. Include the closing date for submission of the RFP, the name, contact information and deadline for question submission and clear instructions for the submission of RFP.

  2. The College reserves the right to set the fee for this service and from time to time, adjust those fees at the direction of the Board of Directors. The fee for the RFP posting is due prior to the notice appearing on the College website.

  3. All Requests for Proposal will be noted with the post date and will remain on the College website until the application deadline, or for 30 days.

  4. The College will determine what notices constitute a request for proposal.

  5. The College reserves the right to remove as it warrants any RFP notice at any time. The College is the sole determiner as to what will appear on this site.

Click here to fill out the RFP Posting form