Meeting Accreditation

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Meeting Accreditation


Educational programs accredited by the Canadian Academy of Clinical Biochemistry (CACB) can be claimed as Category 1 credit hours.  Accredited programs give 1 credit for each hour of education.  For example, a 3-hour symposium with a half-hour refreshment break would receive 2.5 Category 1 credit hours.

There are a number of steps that must be completed in order to have the education program accredited.  The completions of the steps are your proof that the program will provide your participants with a true learning experience.

Application for accreditation is now online.

Click the button below to learn more about and begin the application process. You may click the “Save Progress for Later” button once you start the application process and return at a later time and a URL will be generated for you to email to speakers, to submit their information into your application. A Word version of the application is provided as a guide to assist the applicant with gathering information.

Application for Meeting Accreditation (English)


A Word version of the application is provided as a guide to assist the applicant with gathering information.

English Guide                  French Guide

Submission of application form

The completed application form and supporting documentation must be submitted to CSCC Head Office at least 1 month prior to the start date of the event.  At least 50% of the signed Speaker Conflict of Interest forms must be submitted with the application.  The remainder can be submitted when available, but all must be submitted prior to the event.

Once the accreditation has been approved by the MOC committee, the following statement should be added to all promotional material related to the conference:

“This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity as defined by the CSCC/CACB Professional Development Program.”

Fee for accreditation

The fee should accompany the application form and be payable to CACB.

The accreditation fee should be built into the registration fee for the conference.

Provincial Sections may apply for a CSCC grant to cover the fee.

Meetings of 1 day or less $500 + $65 HST
Each additional day or part thereof $100 + $13 HST
CSCC Lectureships $300