Center for Continuing Education of Osteopathy 

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Accreditation Information for our courses with various
Associations and Governing Bodies throughout Canada and throughout the World
(updated February 26th, 2020)

Our live and online courses courses and seminars are open to all Accredited and/or Registered Manual Therapists who wish to further their clinical knowledge and skills, either as introductory courses, or as continuing education seminars.  Please note that in order to participate in the practice sessions of any of our seminars, you must be an accredited or registered Practitioner and hold current Professional Liability insurance. 


General Osteopathic Council (GOsC( UK)

The GOsC has a new policies regarding the number of credits they award for courses learnt "with others" live versus online.  Please check with the GOScUK for details.


Osteopathy Australia

accredtis our online courses  and has categories for live and online course accreditation


Canadian Athletic Therapy Association CATA
our three day course Treating Female Pelvic Pain Through the UroGenital System is now accredited by CATA. 

DOMPs : Continuing Education Credits for Osteopathic Practitioners in English Canada


National Manual Osteopathic Society

THE NMOS accredits our live courses as well as our online courses, albeit with a different scoring system for each.  Please contact NMOS for further details


Ontario Osteopathic & Alternative Medicine Association  OOAMA

The OOAMA does approves our courses & seminars for continuing education credits for its members.  Please contact Simeon at the OOAMP for further information.


Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners  OAO

accredits courses offered by organizations ourside of the OAO at half the total number of course hours.  Please check with the OAO for confirmation and details.


The OFOP and OOA refuse to consider accrediting courses that are not offered by their own schools.  We consider this approach to be shameful, since it does not encourage their members to broaden their horizons in terms of acquiring new knowledge and skills from outside of their own organizations.  Happily, several of their members have taken our courses for the knowledge and skill they acquired with us, and have even brought some of their colleagues along who also sent on to take our courses. 


DOs: Continuing Education Credtis for Osteopaths in Quebec


Association RITMA | Médecines alternatives et complémentaires

Accredits our courses and lists them on their continuing education website

RITMA


Societe Canadienne de Massotherapie et Medecines Complementaires du Canada

accredits our courses and advocates to insurance companies

SCMMAC


Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners OAO

The OAO approves our courses & seminars for partial credit for OAO member CEU requirements.  Please contact the OAO for further information.


CMTO: Continuing Education Credits for Registered Massage Therapists 

The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) currently accredits all of our continuing education courses and seminar.   CR1: Introduction of the Fundamentals of Cranial Osteopathy &  Cranio-Sacral Treatment four day course is accredited for for 14 CEUs, Category A.  All other seminars are accredited for half the number of hours by the CMTO.  Contact us of the CMTO for further explanation.


CTCMPAO:  Continuing Education Credits for Chinese Medicine Practitioners

The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario has advised us that they do not have a formal accreditation program for approval of CEUs.  

The CTCMPAO asks that members who participate in our courses or seminar and wish to receive CEUs are encouraged to do so, and "must be able to demonstrate how the courses or seminars have improved them as a practitioner".  For further clarification, we suggest you contact Sean Cassman at the CTCMPAO Registrar's office.


Other Practitioners including Physiotherapists & Chiropractors

 You will also need to contact your respective associations to inquire whether they will accredit our seminars as CEU credits for you.