Get Involved with the College
While self-governance is a responsibility, it’s also an opportunity for the profession to promote safe, competent and ethical care. That happens when NDs not only champion these principles in practice, but share their professional knowledge and expertise through volunteering with the College.
There are many opportunities for members to become involved in the regulatory College, including being elected to the Council of the College. This section will focus on Non-Council volunteer opportunities.
While we refer to these as volunteer positions, individuals involved can earn up to 18 Category B continuing education (CE) credits over their 3-year reporting period under the College’s Quality Assurance Program. Volunteers will also receive $150 per day for the work they do on behalf of the College.
Consider becoming involved to:
- enhance your understanding of the legal authority, Standards and guidelines under which the College operates;
- have an impact on how your profession is regulated;
- support colleagues in practice;
- challenge yourself to grow personally and professionally; and
- help us benefit from your energy, expertise and insight.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
The College is currently seeking Members who are willing to provide their time as part of the following:
Discipline Committee / Fitness to Practice Committee
We Welcome Diverse Involvement
For College volunteers, we are looking for NDs who bring a range of backgrounds, work experiences and perspectives from different areas of practice. Training is available for certain positions.