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2020 Credentialling Fees

Effective January 1, 2020 these are the fees for credentialling services:   Fee Assessment of Educational Credentials and Qualifications $1,088.00 Administrative Reconsideration $300.00 Re-Opened File Review (Re-Assessment) $400.00 Rejected Cheque /Credit Card fee $75.00 International courier fee $125.00 Domestic courier fee $45.00 Duplicate documents request fee $25.00 Archived document retrieval fee $30.00 The Canadian Alliance […]

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Declaration of Identity Form

As of January 2019, the Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators (CAPR) will no longer require the completion and submission of the Declaration of Identity Form for the Credentialling assessment and/or the Exam registration. Please refer to the Credentialling Process Guide and Form C, along with the Exam Registration Guide for instructions on submission of identity […]

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Secondary School Documentation Now Required for Nigerian-Educated Applicants

The Canadian Alliance of Physiotherapy Regulators is committed to protecting the public by adopting current best practices in the verification of credentials.  Our partners at World Education Services (WES), a respected education assessment agency, have advised us that they now require secondary school documentation in order to best verify post-secondary education received in Nigeria.  To […]

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A New, Free Webinar on the Credentialling Process Guide

We are pleased to announce CAPR will be hosting a new, free webinar on the Credentialling Process Guide on Thursday, March 29, 2018 at 10:30 a.m. EST. If you are looking to apply for our credentialling program, are currently in the credentialling process or are a Canadian looking at completing your physiotherapy education outside of […]

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CAPR has extended its application deadline for the December 4, 2017 written exam

CAPR has extended its application deadline for the December 4, 2017, written exam by one (1) week (5 business days). This means all applications for the December 4, 2017, written component must be received by CAPR by Monday, October 2, 2017.

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We are experiencing technical difficulties…

Please be aware that we are experiencing difficulties with our information systems. Under the circumstances, our customer service response times are slower than usual. We are doing our best to meet your needs and we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you. We anticipate that service levels will return to normal later this week. […]

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Source Country Profiles Update

CAPR is happy to announce all of the Source Country Profiles on our website have been updated. We have created five new country profiles and we have updated both the credentialling and exam information in each country’s profile to reflect the past 5 years’ worth of information to encompass the most relevant information available. Please […]

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CAPR does not Fast Track or Prioritize Credentialling Applications for Any Reason

CAPRs goal is to complete assessments within 10 to 18 weeks of receiving all documentation. You should avoid taking action (such as moving or applying for a job) in anticipation of a positive result by a certain time. Your assessment can only begin once you and your school have submitted all the necessary documents. The […]

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Health Career Options Guide Launched

Many internationally educated health professionals (IEHPs) find credential recognition and job search within their discipline to be extremely challenging. They may want to consider related work options, either temporarily or permanently.  Assess Health Careers Canada has created online Health Career Options Guides for IEHPs from 10 different professions, including physiotherapists. For each profession, the Guide […]

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New Supporting Documentation Required for Supervised Clinical Practice Hours

As January 1, 2017, CAPR has updated its Form D – Document Request Form to include a request for additional documentation regarding supervised clinical practice hours. We now require physiotherapy institutions to provide a supporting supervised clinical practice document that indicates details of a student’s clinical placement, the area(s) of practice and the hours completed […]

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Source Country Profiles Update

CAPR strives to provide the most up-to-date information we have available to our applicants, therefore we will be updating the Source Country Profiles on our website. In doing so, some pages may be temporarily unavailable. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope to have all of the country profiles updated as soon […]

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