Strategic Plan

CAPR 2013-2016 Strategic Plan

The goals and strategic directions articulated in CAPR’s Strategic Plan identify CAPR’s priorities between 2013 and 2016.  While each goal is important, they are listed in order of relative priority.

Goal 1: Evaluation Services

Provide high quality evaluation services that instill confidence among Members, governments, employers, applicants, partner organizations and the general public

Strategic Directions

1.1 Eliminate the backlog of credentialling applicants

1.2 Implement new credentialling standards that are efficient, evidence informed and effective

1.3 Develop and implement an Evaluating Exam for IEPTs

1.4 Review and document credentialling and examination policies

1.5 Develop and implement ongoing quality improvement methodologies

1.6 Implement regular performance reports on evaluation services and outcomes

1.7 Improve communication with credentialling and examination applicants and stakeholders

1.8 Ensure that CAPR has the capacity to do planning, research, analysis and development of evaluation services related policy

Goal 2: Organizational Capacity

Ensure that CAPR has the organizational capacity and infrastructure to achieve its strategic goals and attract, retain and support great staff, volunteers and partners

Strategic Directions

2.1. Build a culture of engagement and empowerment that enables staff and volunteers to perform at their best

2.2 Identify and implement a new information technology and information management infrastructure to support the organization’s business needs and evidence informed decision making

2.3 Develop and implement a compensation system for staff and volunteers

2.4 Review and update CAPR’s human resource policies

2.5 Conduct an organizational review to ensure that the organization structure, staffing levels and competency profiles are what is needed to ensure success

Goal 3: Governance and Funding

Implement effective and efficient governance and sustainable funding models that are acceptable to Members

Strategic Directions

3.1 Review existing governance and funding models and recommend changes as required

3.2 Implement any approved revisions to the governance and funding models

3.3 Establish a policy and schedule for regular governance and funding model reviews

3.4 Revise or update articles of incorporation

Goal 4: Information Sharing

Support pan-Canadian awareness of regulatory, education, practice and other matters in Canada and in international jurisdictions to inform local and national activity

Strategic Directions

4.1 Develop a menu of formal mechanisms for sharing information and learning among Members

4.2 Make better use of technology to support information sharing and learning among Members

4.3 Increase Member engagement and accountability for building collaborative learning and awareness

Goal 5: Regulatory Policy

Develop pan-Canadian regulatory policy positions on issues of importance to Members and best addressed at a pan-Canadian level to inform physiotherapy regulation at the provincial/territorial level

Strategic Directions

5.1 Establish a decision-making process and decision criteria for setting and addressing regulatory policy development priorities

5.2 Identify policy matters important to building awareness, understanding and action

5.3 Build CAPR’s capacity to do planning, research, analysis and development of regulatory policy through its own resources or those of its partners