The Competencies and CPRRP

COMPETENCIES

The Competencies of Practice for Canadian Recovery-Oriented Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practitioners represent the knowledge, skills, attitudes and judgment that individuals who practise recovery-orientated activities need to have now and in the future in order to carry out their personal and professional functions efficiently and effectively.

Every element of the Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Recovery Practitioner (CPRRP) Program is aligned with the Canadian Competencies of Recovery-Orientated Psychosocial Rehabilitation Practices.

The Competencies document outlines six units and twenty four competencies with Performance Indicators.

The framework has been approved by the PSR/ RPS Canada Board of Directors as the psychosocial rehabilitation capabilities required for recovery-orientated practices.

CPRRP candidates are urged to become familiar with the Competencies document when preparing to work on each component of the CPRRP Program.

READ the Competencies HERE.