Regulated members will only be interviewed for the CCP activity/activities that did not meet the audit rubric criteria. To prepare for the interview, regulated members should review their original written submission and their audit report to:
- Identify the CCP activity/activities that did not meet the audit rubric criteria,
- Identify which criteria were not met in their written submission, and
- Think of additional or clarifying information that can be discussed to help the
submission meet the criteria (e.g., additional learning examples or changes to practice
that occurred since engaging in the activity).
We recognize that being referred for an interview may bring up feelings of anxiety or stress for some regulated members. Regulated members can be assured that the interview is intended to be a supportive and positive process meant to provide an additional opportunity to demonstrate satisfactory and successful engagement in the CCP activities required by the College. Should regulated members, over the course of the interview, indicate that they have difficulties
engaging in the required CCP activities, the interviewer, in collaboration with the regulated member, can develop strategies or suggestions to improve the member’s completion of competence promoting activities. Being referred for the interview stage of the practice assessment should not be interpreted as a concern about the regulated member’s competence to practice or a concern about their professional conduct.
Regulated members are expected to cooperate with ACSLPA staff and their interviewer throughout the interview process, e.g., responding to the attempts to contact the member, and cooperating with the interviewer to find a mutually feasible time to conduct the interview.