Celebrating Canada; A Collaboration between the Orthopaedic Division and France

Celebrating Canada - 150 Years… Physio Style! Orthopaedic Division Members: Important International Educational Event for Canada’s Orthopaedic Division and France

Knowledge transfer (KT) seeks to organize, create, and distribute knowledge and ensure its availability for future users. A very exciting KT educational event took place in Paris, France, on June 17-18, 2017, where 10 CPA Orthopaedic Division examiners examined 28 French candidates in the first ever International Intermediate Practical Exam. (IIPE)

History and Leadership:
Five years ago, the National Orthopaedic Division (NOD) formed a partnership with an educational group from France - KPTEN. Its founder is Pierre Trudelle, a visionary for his country and skilled knowledge facilitator who led this overseas group. As a knowledge facilitator (KF), he provided an active environment that embraced participants’ prior knowledge and unique learning styles and engaged those participants in taking charge of their learning. The Canadian Community System was an excellent fit for many reasons. We had highly skilled francophone instructors from Quebec ready to engage with them early in the process. Our fully translated curriculum and examinations facilitated the teaching in France and mentorship through organized sessions in Canada and frequent SKYPE sessions allowed for a multiplatform learning environment. This rich repertoire of activities to facilitate learning resulted in this first IIPE. Pierre’s KF leadership is helping to change physiotherapy practice in his country and we can be very proud of Canada’s involvement in this educational venture.

In true Canadian style we have shared and have fulfilled what we refer to as knowledge translation with another country. These KT activities have involved moving research and knowledge literally into the hands and minds of PT colleagues in France. They are putting this knowledge and skill to practical use and making a difference in patient’s lives now and into the future.

OH CANADA... We are again proving to the world that the sharing of ideas and resources not only makes our neighbours better, but also elevates our standing in the world.

Roland Lavallée
Chair of the National Education Committee
Orthopaedic Division
Canadian Physiotherapy Association

View the full write up (English)


Fêtons le Canada - 150 ans... À la façon physio! Membres de la Division d’orthopédie: Événement international majeur de la Division d’orthopédie du Canada en thérapie manuelle et de la France

Le transfert des connaissances en physiothérapie a pour but d’organiser, de créer et de partager ses connaissances tout en veillant à ce qu’elles se transmettent aux futurs physiothérapeutes. Un événement majeur s’est tenu à Paris en France les 17 et 18 juin 2017 et le partage des connaissances s’est avéré un énorme succès. Dix (10) examinateurs de la Division d’orthopédie de l’ACP ont soumis les candidats français au tout premier examen pratique intermédiaire international (EPII).

Historique et leadership:
Il y a cinq ans, la Division nationale d’orthopédie (DNO) a créé un partenariat avec un groupe d’éducation de la France - KPTEN. Son fondateur et dirigeant est M. Pierre Trudelle, un visionnaire dans son pays et un animateur qualifié hors pair. Ce facilitateur du savoir expérimenté a créé un environnement dynamique en tenant compte des connaissances préalables des participants et de leurs styles d’apprentissages pour les amener à prendre en main leur propre apprentissage. Le programme de formation canadien en thérapie manuelle fut un excellent vecteur pour plusieurs raisons. Nous avions au Québec un groupe d’enseignants francophones hautement qualifiés prêts à collaborer avec ce groupe d’outre-mer dès le début du processus. La traduction entière de notre curriculum et des examens a facilité l’enseignement en France et le mentorat lors de séances organisées au Canada et lors de fréquentes séances par SKYPE permettant un mode d’apprentissage multiplateforme. Ce riche répertoire d’activités a facilité l’apprentissage et a mené à ce premier EPII. Le leadership de Pierre a contribué à changer la pratique de la physiothérapie en France et nous pouvons être très fiers du rôle du Canada dans ce projet de formation.

Comme de vrais Canadiens, nous avons partagé et accompli ce que l’on peut appeler du transfert de connaissances avec un autre pays. Ces activités de transfert du savoir et de la recherche impliquaient littéralement les mains et l’esprit « hands and minds » de nos collègues physiothérapeutes en France. Ils utilisent ces connaissances, compétences et habiletés dans leur pratique et font une différence dans la vie de leurs patients actuellement et dans le futur.

OH CANADA... Nous démontrons encore au monde que le partage des idées et des ressources ne rend pas seulement nos voisins meilleurs, mais rehausse notre statut dans le monde.

Roland Lavallée
Président du comité national d’éducation
Division d’orthopédie
Association canadienne de physiothérapie

View the full write up (French)

Posted July 4, 2017


This years Executive have taken on a Rebranding initiative for the Division. With this, we will have implemented the use of our new logo, tagline and messaging.

The Community for Advancing Orthopaedic Physiotherapy

The Division’s Key Message: The Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association helps our members improve their skills and service delivery through education, resources and networking

The 3 Pillars of the Orthopaedic Division: Education, Resources, Networking

As we move into Phase 2 of this Rebranding initiative, which will include updating our website, we will endeavor to continue to build the Division with these 3 Pillars at our foundation. Please visit our current site and the “About” tab for more on our messaging.

Posted May 25, 2017

Important Notice-Introduction to Clinical Research to Support Evidence-Based Practice in Manual Therapy

All course participants who first registered AFTER January 2014 in our course program (L1 exam), need to register to the new course “Introduction to Clinical Research to Support Evidence-Based Practice in Manual Therapy” BEFORE registering to the 2018 Advanced Exam. This course is now an entire part of our course curriculum. English course through U of T at every fall sessions, registration period now open. Click here for more info.

Posted May 25, 2017

Français: Introduction à la recherche clinique appliquée à la physiothérapie manuelle orthopédique

Tous participants qui se sont inscrits à notre programme de formation en thérapie manuelle APRÈS janvier 2014 (Niveau 1) doivent obligatoirement faire le cours Introduction à la recherche clinique appliquée à la physiothérapie manuelle orthopédique avant de s’inscrire à l’examen avancé 2018 et des années subséquentes.

Ce cours en français est donné par l’Université Laval à toutes les sessions d’hiver. La période d’inscription est ouverte à l’automne jusqu’à la mi-décembre environ (la date limite exacte est variable à chaque année et sera inscrite sur le formulaire d’inscription en ligne de la formation). Cours en ligne offert par l’Université Laval à toutes les session d'hiver.

Click here for more info.

Posted May 25, 2017

National Orthopaedic Division; Call for Nominations

The Exec is looking for 2 positions to be filled at this years National Orthopaedic Division Symposium Annual General Meeting.

Jr. Editor Orthopaedic Division Review (ODR)

The successful nominee will assist the senior editor in the production of the division newsletter as well as sourcing member resources for our new website. This will require keeping abreast of current literature, events and pertinent issues within orthopaedic research worldwide and their application to Canadian practice. The Junior editor is a voting member of the national executive and will participate in all executive initiatives. The position is a two year term, first year as Junior editor and the second year being the role of senior editor.

Division Knowledge Management Committee (DKMC) Representative

Formerly, called the ‘Research Rep’ this position centres around facilitating the development of knowledge translation (KT) priorities for the division and working collaboratively with reps from other CPA Divisions on KT projects. Applicants should have an interest in KT and experience in leadership work.

Interested applicants please click here for nomination forms and statement of intent details. Nomination deadline is Sept. 20, 2017

For more information, or details about the positions please email:

Posted May 25, 2017

Golden Hands Award

The Golden Hands Award of the National Orthopaedic Division is given in honour of David Lamb to an exceptional orthopaedic physiotherapist that exemplifies the commitment to our profession in manual therapy, education, teaching and research.

Nominate someone who you feel has made an impact and contributed to the Profession. Please contact for nomination requirements and details

Posted May 25, 2017

Canadian Orthopaedic Education, helping to advance Physiotherapy Globally

Canada is setting an example of leadership on the International Orthopaedic stage.In 2011 the Orthopeadic Division began a partnership with the Kinésithérapie Physiothérapie Thérapie Manuelle Evidence Based Network (KPTEN) to help bring education in Orthopeadic physiotherapy to therapists in France. Canadian Orthopaedic Instructors are teaching in France to help establish post graduate courses in advanced musculoskeletal practice. If you are a French speaking Instructor registered with the Canadian Orthopaedic Division Education please contact to find out how to apply.

Posted May 25, 2017

Registration is now Open for Ortho/CAMPT Symposium Oct 20-22, 2017- Don't Delay Register Today to get the Early Bird Rates

Gray Cook and Dave Walton confirmed as Keynotes with many additional practical and informative breakout sessions. Full programming details to be announced soon. Reserve your spot now for this highly anticipated event! *As a reminder, this is Western Homecoming weekend, booking your hotel ASAP is recommended. Please visit the website for hotel & travel discount codes. Visit regularly for up to date information and details

Posted May 25, 2017

Look Out for Exciting Changes to our Website

The National Orthopeadic Division has been working hard to update our website and brand. The updated website will be launched in Spring/ Summer 2017. Easier navigation, more information and improved resources,is what we are hoping to achieve. Be sure to keep checking this website for details.

Posted February 28, 2017

Improve your Clinical Reasoning, Assessment and Treatment Skills

The Orthopaedic Division Curriculum promotes excellence in the field of Physiotherapy through education. Access best practices and learn from a community of expert professionals. The long history of excellence, highly qualified instructors, and rigorous examination process ensures professional growth and development through training that is globally recognized and IFOMPT accredited. The upcoming E manuals and mandatory evidenced based research course show an evolving education system that will help you become more confident in your skill. For more information about OD Education and to begin your learning click here.

Posted February 28, 2017


The terms CAMPT and FCAMPT have been trademarked and protected since March 26, 2012. At that time the IFOMPT accreditation and credentialing standards committee declared that the RCAMPT designation was no longer valid and would not be acknowledged or recognized in any way with the CAMPT trademark. As such, Physiotherapists are no longer permitted to use RCAMPT term. CAMPT is charged with the responsibility of protecting its trademark. If you are aware of anyone using RCAMPT as a professional declaration you may contact CAMPT through the CAMPT website or by emailing

Posted February 28, 2017

Important Notice for all Physiotherapists taking Orthopaedic Division Education Level Courses

The Orthopaedic Division Education program has added an on-line evidence-based clinical research course into the curriculum. This course is now a part of the Course Curriculum. Every course participant who has first registered in the course program after January 2014 (i.e. Level 1 exam taken after Jan 2014) must complete the online courses before registering for the final advanced exam. Courses are running in both English and French every year:

University of Toronto:
Title: Introduction to Clinical Research to Support Evidence-Based Practice in Manual Therapy

Cours en Français à l’université Laval:
Titre: Introduction à la recherche clinique appliquée à la physiothérapiemanuelle orthopédique

See the web site for further details.
You can contact Pierre Langevin at with any questions

Posted February 28, 2017

Golden Hands Award

The Golden Hands Award of the National Orthopaedic Division is given in honour of David Lamb to an exceptional orthopaedic physiotherapist that exemplifies the commitment to our profession in manual therapy, education, mentorship and research. Nominate someone who you feel has made an impact and contributed to the Profession. See the link for Nomination details and deadline.

Download Nomination Form

Posted February 28, 2017

The Bert Chesworth Research Honorarium (BCRH)

The Bert Chesworth Research Honorarium (BCRH) was named in honour of Bert Chesworth, the first person to achieve both FCAMPT and PhD credentials. It was created to assist Orthopaedic Division (OD) members to attend conferences and/or symposia at which they will present their own research in poster or presentation formats. In turn, successful applicants will provide original contributions to the Orthopaedic Division Review (ODR). The BCRH will thus support all points of the OD Mission; recipients will be enabled to attend conferences and promote Canadian physiotherapy research while all Orthopaedic Division members will benefit through education and practice advice provided in the ODR. The BCRH is awarded four times a year, for more information and application form look under the "Members" section on the Ortho Div website.

Posted February 28, 2017

Save the Date and Mark it in your Calendar Ortho/ CAMPT Symposium confirmed dates - Oct 20-22, 2017

Get ready for an event that you can’t afford to miss. The Orthopaedic Division and CAMPT are joining forces to bring you an event that is promised to be filled with great networking, learning opportunities and a side order of FUN! The Symposium will be held in London ON. Check in to for all the details and registration.

Posted February 28, 2017

Call for Proposals Ortho/CAMPT Symposium 2017

Do you have Clinical Skills you would like to share with your colleagues, Knowledge you would like to translate or Research you would like to present?If so please visit for submission guidelines and details.All types of papers/ presentations (Research, Knowledge Translation, and Direct Clinical Application) can be presented. Submit your proposal today! Proposal Deadline April 14th, 2017.

Posted February 28, 2017

Check out Events in your Orthopaedic Division Sections

Looking for your Orthopaedic Division Section Site and associated Events - You can now find it easily from the “About” Tab in the NOD site. Just scroll down to Sections and click on your Sections link to find out what’s New and Exciting!

Posted February 28, 2017

Call For Members

Bring your voice and have a seat at the table. The NOD is looking for members for their Communication, Governance and Symposium 2017 Sub Committees.Interested applicants-Please send your CV and statement of intent (max 250 words) (max 250 words) to

Posted February 28, 2017

New ODR Online - Injury 3 P’s: Prediction, Prognosis and Prevention

Orthopaedic Division Review - Nov / Dec 2016

The November-December issue of the Orthopaedic Division Review is now available; Vol 29 No 4 - Injury 3 P’s: Prediction, Prognosis and Prevention.

Read it here

Posted November 20, 2016

Models Needed!

I am looking for interested volunteers for the Orthopaedic Division's Advanced Practical Exam 2016. Appropriate models must be comfortable having all areas of their spine manipulated and mobilized. All models are screened prior to the exam for suitability. If you have had a recent injury to your spine, please do not volunteer. I am looking for models to fill the following time slots:

Friday November 18th - 5 - 7 pm
Saturday November 19th - 8 am-12pm OR 1:15 - 5:15 pm
Sunday November 20th - 8am-12pm OR 1:15-5:15 pm
The exam will be held at Adelaide West Physiotherapy (Adelaide W. and Spadina Ave.)

Saturday November 5th - 1:15 - 5:15 pm
The exam will be held at Treloar Physiotherapy (W8th and Ash)

Saturday October 29th - 8 am-12pm or 1:15-5:15 pm
The exam will be held at Kinatex Physiotherapy (1325 Boul. Cote Vertu)

If you are interested, please contact Kate Gladney at

Posted September 28, 2016

New ODR Online - “Back” to Basics: an overview of the spine

Orthopaedic Division Review - Sep / Oct 2016

Its fall, which for many means “back to school” or maybe just “back to routines”, so for this edition of the Orthopaedic Division Review we decided to focus on the “back” or more specifically the spine.

Read it here

Posted September 22, 2016

New ODR Online - "Patient management; What makes Athletes Different"

Orthopaedic Division Review - March-April 2016

The May-June issue of the Orthopaedic Division Review is now available; Vol 29 No 2 - Patient management; What makes Athletes Different. Right on the heels of another successful CPA congress and a very insightful and engaging Orthopedic Division Symposium…

Read it here

Posted June 14, 2016

2016 Orthopaedic Symposium Recap

The 2016 edition of the Orthopaedic Division Symposium has come to pass. This year we had very inspirational keynote presentation from Simon Whitfield three time Olympian, 2000 Olympic Champion/gold medalist in triathlon...

Read more…

Posted June 13, 2016

New ODR Online - "The Thoracic Spin: A Mystery or The Answer ?"

Orthopaedic Division Review - Nov - Dec 2015

We are pleased to provide three recent articles on the topic along with some very clinically relevant submissions from Diane Lee and Barham Jam. This edition will hopefully help shed some light on the mysterious thoracic region!

Read it here

Posted November 24, 2015

New ODR Online - "Pain sciences for the orthopedic physiotherapist: educating patients about their pain"

Orthopaedic Division Review - May - June 2015

The Sep/Oct edition of the ODR is now available for viewing. The theme of this edition is "Pain sciences for the orthopedic physiotherapist: educating patients about their pain"

Read it here

Posted September 19, 2015

2015 AGM Highlights

The 2015 Orthopaedic Division Symposium in , Nova Scotia was a great success! Below are highlights of the day. We look forward to seeing everyone in Victoria in 2016.

Posted August 5, 2015

New ODR Now Online - Interdivisional Collaboration 4: Oncology and Orthopaedics

Orthopaedic Division Review - May - June 2015

The May/June edition of the ODR is now available for viewing. The theme of this edition is Oncological Physiotherapy and was a collaborative effort between the Orthopaedic and Oncology Divisions.

This edition, particularly our case study, serves as a perfect prelude to the rapidly-approaching Orthopaedic Symposium, the title of which is “TMJ Disorders and Craniofacial Pain: A Multidisciplinary Approach.” Two of our wonderful speakers will discuss cancer-related issues on this topic. For those of you who are undecided about attending, take a look at our great line-up here! ( For those who are already going, see you on Sunday in beautiful Halifax!

Read it here

Posted June 16, 2015

IPE 2014 Followup

After each exam session, the Examiners and Chief Examiners review topics of note to guide candidates, mentors and instructors.
Read the follow-up

Posted January 28, 2015

Advanced Exam 2014 Followup

After each exam session, the examiners offer a few pointers for therapists preparing for future Advanced Exams. We hope that these suggestions are helpful for you, your instructors, mentors and study groups.
Read the follow-up

Posted January 28, 2015

Updating Orthopaedic Division Syllabus Courses Manuals

The search is on for candidates to update the manuals for the Orthopaedic Division Syllabus courses. Interested parties are encouraged to look at this RFP for full details. Deadline for submissions is April 10, 2015.

Posted January 27, 2015

Student Profiles: Shining The Light

Melanie Desaulniers-Rioux

Hello! I am a 24 y.o. Physical Therapy student at McGill University. I will graduate in the fall of 2014. My hometown is Lac-Beauport, near Quebec City, but I was born and raised in Germany while my father played professional hockey there. Coming from a very athletic family, I myself competed in many sports: swimming, figure skating, rugby, rafting, and soccer.

Read more about Melanie...

Posted October 17, 2014

Student Profiles: Shining The Light

Steve Keefe

Born and raised in Tignish, PEI, Steve spent a lot of time playing sports growing up. He played many sports, with a focus on hockey and competitive volleyball. Having a strong love for sport and exercise, Steve moved to Fredericton, NB to enrol in the Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology program at UNB. With a strong interest in injury care and prevention, he spent many hours volunteering in the rehab environment.

Read more about Steve...

Posted September 25, 2014

Response to American Heart Association Article

The CPA and CAMPT have recently collaborated to develop a unified response to a recent article released by the American Heart Association. Want to know more? Click here

Posted September 7, 2014

Student Profiles: Shining The Light

Adam Piccinin

I choose physiotherapy because it is the perfect harmony of: my passion for physical rehabilitation, my career interest in healthcare, and my skill set as a healthcare professional. I believe it is important to follow what you love in life, and I am enamored by the complexity of the human body and how it heals itself from physical stress.

Read more about Adam...

Posted August 7, 2014



We are excited to announce the return of JOSPT for our members! As of January, 2015, you will once again receive JOSPT online access. As a CPA member, you will also retain the use of EBSCO. If you are interested in having online access from now until January 2015, JOSPT has offered us a discounted rate of $65.00/member. This is accessible through this link or clicking on the JOSPT logo on our website.

Posted July 2, 2014

Student Profiles: Shining The Light

Emma Plater

Physical activity has always been a large part of life for Emma Plater. She grew up playing many sports and is now a varsity runner and elite triathlete.

Read more about Emma...

Posted July 1, 2014

2014 Golden Hands Award

Congratulations to Richard Bourassa, the 2014 recipient of the Golden Hands Award.

View the presentation speech...

Posted June 28, 2014

30 Second Elevator Pitch Contest Winners

In our humble quest to engage the PT student membership, one project we took on this year was to initiate a 30-second elevator video contest. We had some great responses!

The winners are;

  • 1st Place: Corey Persic, University of Toronto $500 winner entitled "Ortho"
  • 2nd Place: William Rikenbach, Simon Dalle-Vedore, Melanie Rioux, Jennifer Khalil, McGill University $300 winner entitled "Old Spice Ad"
  • 3rd Place winner Melanie Rioux, Jennifer Khalil, McGill University $100 winner Entitled "# (Hashtag)"

Winner's videos will be presented at the Orthopaedic Symposium in Edmonton, AB on June 19th, 2014.

Congratulations to the all the participants!!!!We will be doing this again in the Fall 2014 so get your creative caps on. GO PHYSIO!!

Dr Michael Westaway -Ortho Division Chair

Watch the videos...

Posted June 13, 2014

Student Profiles: Shining The Light

Robyn Murray

Jordan Gillis is a second year physiotherapy student in the graduating class of 2014. Prior to beginning his study in physiotherapy he completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick.

Read more about Jordan...

Posted June 5, 2014

Student Profiles: Shining the Light

Robyn Murray

Robyn Murray is a first year physiotherapy student in the graduating class of 2015. Originally from Essex Ontario, Robyn completed a bachelor of Human Kinetics degree at the University of Windsor in 2011 and a Masters of Science in Kinesiology and Physical Education at Wilfrid Laurier University in 2013.
Read more about Robyn...

Posted May 6, 2014

Mentor Registration Now Online

Mentor registration is now online at

All individuals interested in continuing to mentor within the Orthopaedic Division Education System must now register online at

Registered Instructors DO NOT need to register as mentors as you are automatically added to this database. If you are a registered Instructor DO NOT register as a mentor as this will delete your instructor registration.

Any questions please contact (Mentorship Coordinator)

MENTORS (who are not also instructors) who are interested in attending the 2014 Instructor Workshop in Edmonton please contact Tamara Nailer, Mentorship Coordinator at for more information.

Posted April 4, 2014

Student Profiles: Shining the Light

Jared Maynard

We have a new student profile featuring Queen's University, Class of 2015 student Jared Maynard. Jared writes about why he chose to pursue physiotherapy as a career.

Read more about Jared...

Posted April 3, 2014

30-Second Elevator Pitch Contest

Hey Students! Ya you! Get your creative juices could win some cold hard cash for your Physiotherapy class. How much? $500 first place, $300 second place and $200 third place. Enough for a good pizza and beer party! The Orthopaedic Division of the CPA is sponsoring a contest for PT students only. We want to know why patients should pick Physiotherapy (Physiotherapists) as an orthopaedic treatment option. It's time to promote YOUR chosen profession. Become the next Steven Spielberg!

Send links or embed codes to

- View Contest Announcement by Orthopaedic Division Chair Michael Westaway

- View more details

Posted February 6, 2014



We periodically receive questions from members about JOSPT access. Please note that we no longer have a free service with JOSPT. In its place we now have access to an online database; Rehabilitation Reference Centre (RRC). We will be offering a tutorial on this very soon.

JOSPT does have a special offer where you can sign up with them for a reduced rate. Please click on JOSPT's logo to go to their website and receive this special offer.

Posted September 24, 2013


Orthopaedic Division Executive members Amy Fahlman & Allison Ezzat have teamed up to create a 5 minute power point presentation (with audio) that will walk you through how to use this new evidence-based resource! Learn how to perform searches, access full textbooks (including 'Therapeutic Exercise' By Kisner & Colby), download over 9,800 patient exercise images, and more!
Click here to learn what is available at your fingertips! (member login required)

Posted June 24, 2013


Did you know that the Orthopaedic Division has a Facebook Page? Please have a look and 'Like' us while you're there!

Posted October 1, 2012


The Mentorship Update Newsletters and the Mentorship Guidelines documents have just been updated. You can view them on the Education > Mentorship page.

Posted September 22, 2012


We will be using the online instructor registration process again for the 2012-2013 teaching year from Feb 1 2012 - Jan 31, 2013. Registration will be open from January 8th, 2012 through to February 5, 2012. The deadline to register is February 5th, 2012.

  1. Go to
  2. For returning instructors/assistants: Log in using the email address and password previously created. When you try to log in using your current password, it will redirect you to the registration page. If you have forgotten your password, click on 'forgot password?' to reset your password.
    For first time instructors/assistants: First time users will use the log in, with "manipulation" as the password to set up your initial account.
  3. Complete all fields of the application.
  4. Upload your curriculum vitae (CV) as a word or PDF document. Please name your file using your first and last name followed by the letters 'CV'. For example, EusonYeungCV.doc or EusonYeungCV.pdf. A teaching dossier is no longer required. You can download a CV template for you to use to format your CV.
  5. Instructor fee ($100): you will be instructed to submit your instructor fee of $100 through Pay Pal. You will then be redirected to the website when you are finished. A confirmation email will be sent to you from Pay Pal shortly after successful registration. ALL registrants are required to submit this fee. Those who serve on Orthopaedic Division committees can submit this fee in an expense report for reimbursement if applicable.

Please feel free to email me should you have any questions. Thanks. Have a good teaching year.

Credentials Chair

Posted January 8, 2012



The deadline for instructor applications will be March 31, 2011. We apologize for the delay and any inconvenience this may have caused. Please contact if you have any questions.

Instructions for online application:

  1. go to the
  2. sign in using the instructor username and password. This will take you to the online application page:
  3. complete the online application
    1. all fields must be completed
    2. "work phone" field: when filling in this field, please use numbers only (ie: no spaces or dashes)
    3. "examination information" section: you must fill this section in before submitting. If you don't know your number please fill in "?" for now. You can update that information later.
    4. "upload documents" section: please ensure that the documents you are uploading are .doc, .docx, or pdf files. I have attached a copy of the CV template and the Teaching Dossier template in this email. Please follow this format.
  4. Once you have submitted your online application, sign in at using your email and newly created password to ensure you are able to log in.
Posted February 10, 2011
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