Simply follow this link to post your job: http://www.sportphysio.ca/sportphysiou/my-career-path/ Once you are done the posting will be approved by SPC and it will show up here: http://www.sportphysio.ca/careers/
Here is a calendar view of upcoming courses http://www.sportphysio.ca/calendar-of-upcoming-events/
Here is a list view of upcoming courses http://www.sportphysio.ca/events/
The Policy Wording States,
Coverage Territory: is extended to anywhere in the world for a maximum period of 90 days from the date of departure from Canada but only while any insured is:
(a) accompanying Canadian Athletes or patients on trips;
(b) attending academic courses, or;
(c) participating in professional exchange programs
Sport Physiotherapy Canada has established quidelines to help the team manager, Coach, Event Organizer or the Physiotherapist themselves answer this question.
You will then need to complete the Credential Program Application Form and submit the form along with the required supporting documentation and application fee to SPC. Got to your profile or this page to access the form and more information on the Credential Program.
Once your application form has been successfully processed you will receive the Credential Program Syllabus. This document outlines all other steps in the Credential process in detail. You can also view the details at each level here.
From the time your Credential Program Application is approved you will have up to 3 years to apply and participate in the Certificate level examinations. If you do not move to this level in that time you simply need to re-apply to the program. This helps us ensure you are still interested and that all of your program requirements are still valid.
The Exam Application Form (Go to your profile or this page to access the form) must be sent by the deadline along with the following:
· A typed summary of the log book (not the whole log book) – reviewed and signed by your mentor
· Your mentor’s letter of recommendation
· Proof that you are a Physiotherapy graduate and a current member of both CPA and SPC
· Copy of your current/valid First Responder or Sport First Responder Certification – from a recognized National organization
· The Application Fee
Maintaining your credential is not hard. Go to your profile or this page to access the Maintenance of Credentials form. You will need to submit this completed form along with your maintenance fee and the documentation needed showing that you have completed at least 60 hours of Continuing Education and 200 hours of practical experience since you received your Certificate or since you last completed your Maintenance of Credentials. Remember – 75 of the 200 hours must be on field (on site) experience.
To maintain your credentials you must remain a member of Sport Physiotherapy Canada at all times. You can submit your documentation to SPC at any time in the year your Maintenance is due up to September 15th . After the September 15th deadline your credentials will be moved to the Inactive life and there is an additional fee for late submission/re-activation.
The process is the same for both Certificate and Diploma Credentials.
At ANY time, when you have acquired what you need to submit your Maintenance of Credentials materials you can send the documents into our National office. The only difference is that you will pay a slightly higher fee – the regular Maintenance fee plus a “late” fee. As soon as we have your documents, and they are successfully reviewed, we will change your status back to Active. It is important to note that while you are on the Inactive list you will not be eligible to apply to major or developmental games.