Some Members feel that “being involved with the CRTO” means running for Council. Although that is an excellent way to make a significant contribution to the profession, there are many other ways that RTs can actively engage in self-regulation. The CRTO requires assistance on an ongoing basis with various working groups, such as those that write and review questions for the Professional Standards Assessment (PSA). Requests for assistance are sent out when needed in the e-bulletins.
“It is important that as professionals and as a profession we all keep an interest in our professional College. I challenge and suggest that you support the College in some manner, become a committee member, run for a chair position, and volunteer to be a portfolio reviewer.” ~ CRTO PORTfolio Reviewer for 9 years.