Role of the Board

The College Board governs, controls and administers the College’s affairs in accordance with the Health Professions ActRegulations and Bylaws. Specifically, the Board is required to:

  • Develop and approve mission/vision/values
  • Develop and approve College strategy
  • Hire the registrar
  • Conduct annual performance reviews of the registrar
  • Make, alter, repeal, and suspend Bylaws 
  • Establish and approve budgets and fees
  • Approve standards, policies and guidelines
  • Ensure Board effectiveness and good governance
  • Appoint committee members
  • Act under section 25.2 of the Health Professions Act
  • In limited circumstances, act as an appeal body for a committee decision
  • When called upon, act as Registration Committee—applications for registration post-erasure
  • Monitor and provide oversight of operational priorities:
    • Risk identification and mitigation
    • Finances (resources, controls, audit)
    • Progress on strategic priorities
    • Statutory compliance
    • Regulatory effectiveness
    • Organizational effectiveness
    • Communications
    • Government/stakeholder relations
    • Annual Report to Minister of Health
  • When called upon, participate in government/stakeholder relations

Good Governance