The Experience Assessment Committee makes determinations as to the appropriateness and adequacy of the experience of individuals who are seeking to earn the CHRL (Validation of Experience), and individuals who are seeking to meet the CHRP or CHRL coursework requirement via the Alternate Route in accordance with the By-laws and Board approved policies.
All members of the Experience Assessment Committee must have the CHRL designation.
Attributes and competencies apply to all regulatory committees
- Public service mindedness and congruence with values
- Having a good understanding of professional regulation, its purpose, and methods
- Having a basic understanding of governance as it applies to professional regulation and regulatory committees
- Having a solid understanding of procedural fairness and the requirements of the Statutory Powers Procedure Act, 1990
- Being a good listener. Having an ability and willingness to consider all evidence before making a judgment, does not jump to conclusions
- Having good interpersonal skills, including the ability to work in a team
- Sensitivity to diversity and inclusivity issues
- Self-awareness (having an awareness of where one’s biases and blind spots are)
- Being dependable and having the ability to deliver on commitments made a willingness to participate in non-hearing related matters affecting the Committee, e.g. training of new Committee members.
Attributes and competencies apply to assessment committees
- A basic understanding of psychometric principles—validity and reliability
- An ability to use assessment grids as established
- Awareness of one’s own biases
Attributes and competencies specific to the Experience Assessment Committee
Understanding HRPA’s experience requirements
Application assessments are performed in panels of three. Each panel will receive a batch of experience applications every other month (6 times per year), with 12-18 applications per batch. The Experience Assessment Committee meets for one in-person business meeting, the meeting will be three hours in length.
If you are interested in volunteering for the Experience Assessment Committee and you meet the criteria identified above, please click apply to submit your most recent resume. Only eligible candidates will be contacted. Committee appointments are conditional on the completion of the Boot Camp and you may only volunteer for one committee.
Committee appointments are conditional on the completion of the Regulatory Committee Boot Camp. The Boot Camp will be recorded and archived for individuals who miss the live recording. Please keep in mind that you may only volunteer for one committee. If you have any questions, contact HRPA.