Jurisprudence Course Handbook
***Correction to page 41 of Jurisprudence Course Handbook***
Please note that the second last paragraph to page 41 should read:
"Again, the report must be made in writing to the Registrar of the College to whom the alleged health care provider belongs. The report has to contain the reporting practitioner's name and the grounds of the report. Under this mandatory reporting obligation the name of the patient can be included without the patient's consent, so long as it is not involving sexual abuse. The report must be made within thirty days of receiving the information. If it appears that patients are continuing to be harmed, the report must be made right away."
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Candidates are encouraged to start studying the handbook on their own or with peers in small study groups as soon as possible to prepare for registration application.
After completing study of the handbook, candidates may choose to demonstrate their understanding of the jurisprudence principles by following one of the two routes:
Route 1: Take the open-book multiple-choice test offered by the transitional Council;
Route 2: Participate in a full-day presentation and discussion workshop, followed by an open-book multiple-choice test administered by the transitional Council.
Irrespective of whether a candidate chooses to pursue Route 1 or Route 2, a successful candidate will have to pass the open-book multiple choice test with a score of 60% or more. Unsuccessful candidates choosing Route 1 will have an opportunity to re-write the test after completing a full-day presentation and discussion workshop.
Fees for taking the open-book multiple-choice test (Route 1) will be $100.00 plus HST.
Fees for the full-day presentation and discussion workshop followed by an open-book multiple-choice test (Route 2) will be $200.00 plus HST.
To demonstrate successful completion of the Jurisprudence Course, Grandparent candidates declaring a lack in English language fluency, may request in writing for interpretation assistance. However, the cost of interpretation will be shared by the candidates. The transitional Council will recruit and appoint qualified interpreters to accommodate candidates’ request..
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