A variety of learning activities may be used in order to support learning pursuant to the regulated member’s area of practice. Activities that may be considered for learning include but are not limited to reading journals, taking courses and website learning. The following link provides a listing of potential options for learning. It is important to note that the learning resources provided serve as suggestions and may not apply to each member’s practice. A personal learning record must be completed in order to support the learning that has taken place. NEW - 2013 Conference Speaker Presentations
We have audio recorded some of our 2013 conference speakers and have posted them on the Competency Management System (CMS) at www.acmdttcms.com (login required). These are free of charge for members to view.
For course registration form click here.
ACMDTT Regulations eCourse *Free
A comprehensive look at Alberta government’s regulations that govern the practice of ACMDTT members
Heightening Professional Boundaries
An introspective course that explores the obvious, and not-so-obvious, boundaries that exist in the Professional/Patient relationship (Registration required)
Occupational Health and Safety in the Health Care Environment
Taking technologists beyond the technical to the general practices every technologist should know (Registration required)
For more information, and access to these courses, use the www.acmdttcms.com under Learning Centre
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