Competence is maintained and acquired through reflective practice, lifelong learning and integration of learning into practice. Practicing Social Workers must complete a self-assessment of their learning needs and goals. Based upon that assessment, they must develop a learning plan with objectives to be self-evaluated and updated annually as part of the registration renewal process.
Practicing members are required to submit their first self-assessment and learning plan within 30 days of the activation of their registration. The learning goals identified in this plan will guide CCP activities to be completed during the current three-year cycle.
Updated self-assessment and learning plans will be due at the beginning of each three-year cycle for all practicing members. What does update your Self Assessment and Learning Plan mean?
- Review the check boxes in the self assessment and adjust if needed
- Learning Plan review:
- Learning goal completed? Enter the appropriate dates and any pertinent information and save. Do not delete completed goals
- Still working on the goal? Leave the goal as is.
- New learning goal to add? Add the goal.
Hard copies of the Self-Assessment and Learning Plan are available as a tool only. Members must submit and update assessments and learning plans electronically via the Member Portal. Paper copies of the form are not accepted.