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Continuing Training & Certificate Renewal

Continuing Education Training Program for Certified ODACC Adjudicators

Certified Adjudicators are required to complete continuing training programs yearly. Section 8 of Ontario Regulation 306/18 provides:

8.In developing and overseeing training programs for the purposes of clause 13.3 (1) (a) of the Act, the Authority shall ensure that training programs are provided,

(a) to individuals who apply for the issuance of a certificate of qualification to adjudicate; and

(b) to holders of a certificate, on a continuing basis.

Two sessions have been scheduled on the following dates:

  • September 17, 2020 from 9 am to 12:30 pm – this session is reserved for adjudicators whose certificates will expire on October 1, 2020
  • December 4, 2020 from 9 am to 12:30 pm – this session is reserved for adjudicators whose certificates will expire on March 1, 2021
The sessions will be Virtual Instructor-Led using ZOOM technology. The course will cover a number of issues including updates about how adjudications have gone over the first year, common issues adjudicators have faced, and how the ODACC system works. In addition, we will discuss different strategies that adjudicators might want to use to set and manage the process for adjudications. 

Adjudicators must complete the session before applying to renew their certificate.

The fee for the session is set out in the Schedule of Fees. 

Certified ODACC Adjudicators will receive a registration form via email.

Renewal of Certificate of Qualification to Adjudicate

After completing the Continuing Education Training Program for Certified ODACC Adjudicators, certified Adjudicators can complete a Renewal Form, available here

Renewal Forms should be submitted to authority@odacc.ca ten days prior to the expiry date of the certificate. ODACC will process the Renewal Forms and notify Adjudicators if they are eligible to renew the certificate. 

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