The Exemplary Practices Database is a collection of excellent licensing (registration/certification) practices used by Ontario regulators.
From these, the OFC selects practices that are both highly commendable and transferable to other regulated professions. These selected practices are being entered into the Exemplary Practices Database. The database was developed because the OFC wished to provide relevant, useful information to regulators. They, in turn, wanted to learn about different approaches to improving registration practices and to share their own successes.
The main users of the database are intended to be staff of the regulated professions subject to the Fair Access to Regulated Professions and Compulsory Trades Act.
This database was launched in 2013.
This practice is of interest to regulators seeking an additional way to make their registration transparent.
The College of Early Childhood Educators...
This practice offers an approach to streamlining the assessment of qualifications.
Certified Management Accountants of Ontario created a grid which...
This practice will interest regulators who want to use surveys to monitor needs and improve their systems.
The College of Physiotherapists of Ontario...
This practice helps streamline communication of registration decisions.
In the past, the College of Dietitians of Ontario (CDO) sent paper copies of...
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