BCCNM Registration Services reviews and assesses every application for registration to determine if an applicant meets BCCNM's eligibility requirements. Some applications are complex and may require review and decision by the Registration Committee.
If you believe you have a complex application, please follow the application process and pay the applicable fees. If your application is identified as “complex,” it will be assigned to a BCCNM Registration Services team member who will contact you directly about any additional information required to assess your application. You will also be notified whether your application requires review by the Registration Committee. Depending on the complexity of your application, it may take several months before a determination is made whether to grant you registration.
Therefore, if you believe your application may be deemed complex, you should submit it well in advance of the standard timelines recommended by BCCNM.
The Registration Committee, comprised of BCCNM Board appointed registrants and public representatives, is the highest authority at BCCNM for making registration decisions. The Committee’s authority is set out in the Health Professions Act and the BCCNM bylaws.
After reviewing your application and all other information submitted, the committee may make one of the following decisions:
Committee decisions are posted when directed by the Registration Committee.