BCCA Candidate Handbook: An explanation of the BCCA program policies and procedures including: definition of the scope of practice, examination process, and code of conduct.
Candidate Examination Blueprint: Summary of the domains of practice, tasks, and knowledge required to provide safe and effective Clinical Anaplastology services. Provides a sense of what the examination will cover.
Clinical Anaplastology Study Bibliography: Listing of publications used to validate some of the information during preparation of exam questions. To be used as an aid in preparing for the certification examination.
Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice: The clinical anaplastologist has an obligation to demonstrate actions that reflect values, ethical principles, and ethical guidelines. The Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology Code of Ethics sets forth these values and principles to guide conduct.
Disciplinary and Complaints Policy: In order to maintain and enhance the credibility of the BCCA’s CCA certification program, the Board of Directors has adopted procedures to allow individuals to bring complaints concerning the conduct of CCA certificants’ to the BCCA Board of Directors.
New Standards for Initial Certification: Beginning in 2014, the Board of Directors and task forces initiated a review and update of the Standards for Initial Certification for the Certified in Clinical Anaplastology (CCA) program. The revised Standards included clarification and expansion of the original eligibility criteria as well as significant changes that would impact candidates considering certification through the BCCA. The revised Standards for Initial CCA certification was opened for membership comment during the second quarter of 2015. The BCCA Standards for Initial Certification were revised and approved in August 2015 for a January 2016 implementation.
Applications for the CCA may be submitted to the BCCA under the original eligibility criteria (pre-2016) through December 31, 2018.
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