Registration Guidelines

Enrollment

Registration will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. There is limited enrollment to all programs; a confirmation email will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration.

There are four ways to register for Continuing Education programs:

  1. Online at ce.cmcc.ca;
  2. Mail the registration form to: Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Continuing Education Division, 6100 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON M2H 3J1;
  3. Email the registration form to: ce@cmcc.ca
  4. Fax the registration form to: (416) 482-1696;

CMCC accepts Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Cheques can be mailed with the registration form and made payable to: Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Continuing Education Division, 6100 Leslie Street, Toronto, ON M2H 3J1.

Payment by Cheque
Please note that your seat in the course is not secured until full payment is receieved. Access to course materials will not be made available until cheque clearance which may take 5 to 10 business days. Returned cheques based on insufficient funds or any other reason will result in a $25 service charge to your account.

Fees

Course fees are noted in individual course descriptions and do not include textbooks or additional materials, unless otherwise noted.

Prerequisites

Some courses require entry prerequisites. Please check the course descriptions for details.

Regulatory Requirements

Participants taking a live CE program outside of the province for which they are licensed should inquire about temporary licensing directly with the regulatory board of the province where the program is taking place.

Each state/province individually regulates the CE requirements of varied licensed health care professions. If a program is taken for CE credit fulfillment, it is the participant's responsibility to verify that the program is accepted by the participant's licensing board.

Handouts

Notes and educational materials for most sessions are included in the tuition fee. Participants will be advised of any additional costs. Course materials in the program varies and may be distributed in hard copy or digitally. Please refer to the course description for further details.

Attendance and Sign-in Procedures

CE at CMCC monitors attendance to ensure compliance with CCE rules and regulations. It is the participant's responsibility to sign in and out each day. Failure to sign in and/or out will result in a reduction of hours unless written proof of attendance is received by CE at CMCC within 14 days following the seminar date in question. Written proof of attendance should be submitted on your behalf, by the course instructor or by CMCC registration personnel, and must include a statement verifying your attendance on the event day and at the time(s) in question.

Completion of Program

Statement of Attendance
A Statement of Attendance with the number of CE hours completed is issued to participants who have attended individual weekend seminars, or stand-alone distance education programs.

Certificates of Completion
A Certificate of Completion is issued to participants who have completed a set curriculum involving multiple sessions leading to advanced knowledge and training in a certain area. Certificate programs generally entail a theoretical and/or practical in-class and/or take home assessment. Certificates may be issued by CMCC (eg. Clinical Acupuncture, Advanced Extremities or Intramuscular Stimulation for Myofascial and Neuropathic Pain) or a partnering organization (eg. AMA Guides to Impairment Rating, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization or Medical Emergencies in a Practitioner's Office).

Cancellation/Refund Policy

For more information, please review the course cancellation and refund/withdrawal policies.