Canadian Certified Vocational Evaluator (CCVE)

Scope of Practice

Canadian Certified Vocational Evaluators (CCVE) have the specialized expertise to conduct comprehensive assessments and provide forensic services for assisting in the determination of benefit entitlement or quantifying financial losses related to vocational impairment, earning capacity, work capacity, employability, placeability as well as residual vocational capacity and avocational-related losses. Registrants with this specialty possess a unique set of knowledge, experiences, skills, as well as the ability to determine strategies and to administer, score and interpret psychometric tests (level A and B testing) and/or work samples in providing vocational evaluation services, as confirmed via the College’s certification and examination process.

 

Canadian Certified Vocational Evaluator (CCVE) is a sub-specialty certification within the field of vocational rehabilitation for professionals who are engaged in transferable skills analysis, vocational evaluation/assessments and earning capacity analysis, utilizing psychometric/vocational testing (at least Level A and Level B tests) as well as work samples technology, in determining an individual’s vocational prognosis.

 

Areas of Expertise

Transferable Skills Analysis

Vocational Evaluation/Assessment

Earning Capacity Assessment (pre- and post-injury, residual capacity and lifetime loss of earnings)

Work-Life Expectancy Analysis

Labour Market Re-Entry Assessment

Situational Assessment

Employability Assessment

 

Credential Laddering

As the field of Vocational Rehabilitation continues to grow and develop, so does the diversity of educational opportunities that are available to VR Professionals. In recognition of this, CVRP encourages and supports Registrants to increase their levels of skill within the field. Registrants who hold the professional credentials of CVRP and CCVE in good standing are eligible to apply for the credential laddering to the status of Fellow or Diplomate.

 

The primary purpose of CCVE, CCVE(F) and CCVE(D) certifications is to provide assurance to the public that those professionals engaged in vocational evaluation meet acceptable standards of minimum knowledge, performance and quality. Professionals who earn the designation of Certified Vocational Evaluator (CCVE) and/or Certified Vocational Evaluator/Fellow (CCVE(F)) or Certified/Vocational Evaluation/Diplomat (CCVE(D)) have demonstrated that, based on the criteria established by the College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals, they possess an acceptable minimum level of knowledge and expertise with regard to the practice of Vocational Evaluation, which includes the methodology of a Transferable Skills Analysis.

 

Click here for Laddering applications, eligibility, process and policy.

 

Application Process

Click here for the CCVE New Applicant Form

Prior to submitting a new application, please forward your current resume/CV showing experience and education to info@cvrp.ca to determine eligibility at no cost.

 

The following must be submitted with your application:

1- Application and fee $425.00 (includes examination) Click here for Fee Schedule.

2- Mandatory Jurisprudence Certificate. Registrant receives upon completion 4 Ethics Domain 8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) towards certification compliance. Click here for Jurisprudence.

3- Proof of ability to work in Canada. A copy of a current Canadian Passport and/or Canadian Birth Certificate. If you do not currently hold Canadian citizenship, submit documented authorization under the Immigration Act (Canada) to engage in employment in Canada.

4- Degree from a recognized Program, original education transcripts, in a sealed envelope sent directly from the education institution. Due to COVID-19 CVRP is accepting soft copies of transcripts.

5- Completed a minimum of 800 hours of work in an approved practice setting.

6- Submit a current Vulnerable Sector Police Check(VSPC)/Police Check.

7- Provide a current Error and Omissions(E&O)/Liability insurance certificate.

 

CVRP is pleased to announce that the CCVE online examination with virtual proctoring is available. The examination is divided into two 3 hour sessions (6 hours total). It is a competency examination on Vocational Rehabilitation, consisting of 300 skill-based, multiple-choice and scenario questions. The content is standardized and a passing grade of 70% is required for certification.

 

A new Applicant achieves certification upon the following:

1- Successful Examination – minimum of 70%

2- Initial (first year) Registration fee for new Registrant $285.00. Click here for the Fee Schedule

 

A Registrant profile will be created for the Public Registry, membership communications and certification compliance.

 

To access the CCVE study guide click here.

 

CCVE Certification Compliance

Click here for the Certification Maintenance Policy.

Registrants with more than one certification the maximum Continuing Education Units (CEUs) compliance applies.

 

Annual Certification Compliance

1- Annual renewal application form and annual fee. Click here for Fee Schedule.

2- Current Errors and Omissions (E&O)/Liability Insurance.

Bi-annual Certification Compliance

1- Annual renewal application form and annual fee. Click here for Fee Schedule.

2- Current Errors and Omissions (E&O)/Liability Insurance.

3- 40 approved Continuing Education Units (CEUs) – of the 40 CEUs – 6 ethics Domain 8.

 

Click here for the Core Competencies of a CCVE.

Click here for Core Competencies of a VR Professional.

Click here for current Approved CEU List.

For CEUs that do not appear on the current CEU list, Registrants can submit a Pre and/or Post-approval of an education program application.

Click here for Pre and/or Post Education CEU/Program Applications.

 

5 Year Certification Compliance

1- Annual renewal application form and annual fee. Click here for Fee Schedule.

2- Current Errors and Omissions (E&O)/Liability Insurance.

3- Submit a current Vulnerable Sector Police Check(VSPC)/Police Check.

 

Click here for the Annual Renewal Policy.
Click here to see all Registration Polices.

 

If you would like more information about Canadian Certified Vocational Evaluators, please contact CVRP.

 

If you would like to apply for the CCVE credential, please click here for application eligibility.