CBD Online Learning Modules
The following online learning modules are available:
Competence by Design (CBD) for Program Directors is a practical resource designed to provide support to you and your program throughout the transition to CBD and to help you prepare your program for the change. Each module includes practical tools and templates. Eligible for section 2 and 3 MOC credits.
The first available modules in this resource are:
- Learn the Basics of CBD
- Lead the Change
- Develop Your Curriculum: EPAs and Milestones
- Set up a Competence Committee
- Work with an ePortfolio
- Develop an Assessment Plan (Coming soon)
Coaching to Competence” consists of 5 interactive online activities that allow you to practice applying the RX-OCR coaching process. The activities are meant to help you identify gaps in skills and knowledge related to coaching so that you can work to close these gaps through further practice, reflection and other learning opportunities. Earn Section 3 MOC credits for each of the five activities.
Want to learn more about how to apply the entrustability scale? The Entrustability Scales module is a self-paced online activity that is designed to help you practice differentiating between the 5 levels of the scale and applying the scale to your own specialty.
This activity provide direction and support for competence committee deliberations, including case scenarios for competence committee members to review and discuss as a group. These cases represent common issues/concerns that a competence committee may encounter when reviewing and discussing resident files. See the “Facilitator Guide” within the activity for more information on how to use this resource.
Under the new Royal College postgraduate accreditation process, training, tools and support focus on ensuring an understanding of the changes to the accreditation system based on your role in the accreditation process, the ability to navigate and use CanAMS (the new digital accreditation management system), and familiarization with the new standards of accreditation. Accreditation-related training material can be found on the CanERA website.
For programs using the Royal College Resident ePortfolio, access to an online training program is available to explain the processes of registration, observation recording, and reporting functions. To access this training program, login to your ePortfolio account and click the “description” icon.