THE SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL

WHEN IS THE SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL (SAT) DEADLINE?

By January 31st of each year, all General and Academic members must complete the Self-Assessment Tool (SAT).  The SAT is divided into three sections: Practice Description, Professional Standards and Learning Goals.

Self-Assessment Tool, click here.


SAT “HOW TO” VIDEOS

Ten short videos showing you how to complete different sections of the Self-Assessment Tool (SAT).
Need more help? Contact Practice Advice

Logging on to the SAT
Resetting Your Password
SAT Selection
Changing Your Password
New Members
Completing Professional Standards
Professional Relationships and Boundaries
Add Learning Goals
Documenting CLACS
Submitting your SAT
 

PRACTICE DESCRIPTION AND PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS

The Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) allows you to reflect on your clinical practice, determine whether there are practice issues you can change, and whether or not you are meeting CASLPO’s five Professional Practice Standards:

  1. Management Practice
  2. Clinical Practice
  3. Patient Practice
  4. Communication
  5. Professional Accountability

LEARNING GOALS & CONTINUOUS LEARNING ACTIVITY CREDITS (CLACS):

  • This is your continuing education and professional development portion of the Quality Assurance Program.
  • Each year members must develop a minimum of three Learning Goals that reflect their current clinical, academic or administrative setting.
  • Members must collect 15 Continuous Learning Activity Credits (CLACS) each year to help meet their Learning Goals.

GUIDE

Please refer to the SAT Guide | Instrument d'Auto-Évaluation Guide, the Non-Clinical Self-Assessment Tool Guide, or in the online Self-Assessment Tool itself.

What happens if I do not complete my SAT on time? Click here.

This website is intended to provide information to the public and members.  Should there be differences in documentation previously distributed to CASLPO members, it is up to the member to source the latest version posted on the CASLPO website.