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Re-Certification Exam

CAD 480.00

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    Please check each box indicating your agreement that each specific task is complete PRIOR to submitting the application.

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  • Professional Development Tracker

    Please Note: You must include this Professional Development Tracker with your application to prevent delays in processing. The application will not be processed without this completed tracker. Whilst backup documentation is not required to be sent with the application, please maintain evidence of all claimed credit (certificate, receipt, agenda etc.) in case your application is selected for audit


    The signing and submission of this application indicates you have read and understand the CACRS policies and procedures contained in the CACRS Recertification Guide. Your signed application submission also signifies agreement that the information submitted in this application is complete and accurate and that you agree to comply with the terms of a CACRS recertification Program Office audit. The CACRS Program Office reserves the right to audit up to 5 percent of submissions each year. You will be contacted if you are among those randomly selected and will be required to follow up with the documentation supporting your list of clinical research professional activities and associated credits.

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Re-Certification Exam

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Non-members: $480 (Canadian Fund)]


This guide describes the requirements and processes for maintaining the Canadian Association of Clinical Research Specialists credentials .i.e. (CCRS), (OCCRS), (CCRN), (CCRPA) or (CCRPh). The requirements and standards for recertification are developed and administered by CACRS Board. Additional information is available on the Association website at

Recognizing the diversity in the scope of practice and range of approaches to professional development and continuing education for clinical research professionals regardless of the roles, CACRS developed a recertification framework that allows flexibility in the content and approaches to meet individual knowledge and professional development needs. This recertification guide outlines the types of professional activities that earn recertification credits. However, there may be other relevant professional activities not covered in this guide so we invite CACRS-credentialed professionals to contact the Program Office for guidance at on any activities not specifically outlined in the guide.