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​How to participate in the live webinar:
  • Complete the online registration and pre-learning assessment. The pre-learning assessment immediately follows the registration form. Click here to register online. ​
  • Attend the full hour of the live webinar.
  • Complete the evaluation and post-learning assessment within one week following the webinar. The link to the evaluation and post-learning assessment  is e-mailed out only to participants who register and attend the live webinar.

 

A letter of completion is provided by TEACH to all participants who meet the above requirements. All components of the accredited sessions are tracked by TEACH to ensure requirements are met by the necessary deadlines.

  

How to participate in the self-study option:
  • ​Complete the online registration and pre-learning assessment. The pre-learning assessment immediately follows the registration form. Click here to register online.
  • View the archived webinar.
  • Complete the evaluation and post-learning assessment following the webinar. Send an e-mail to teach@camh.ca with your full name and indicate which webinar you have completed.
 
All links are available on the Archive and Self-Study page under TEACH Educational Rounds on the side menu. Letters of completion are then e-mailed by TEACH to all participants once all requirements are completed. 
  

Not all archived webinars are available for the self-study option.

 

Technical Requirements:
 
Webinars are held through Adobe Connect which is an enterprise web conferencing solution for online meetings, eLearning, and webinars. It is based on Adobe Flash technology. Please ensure you have the latest version of Adobe Flash installed on your computer, well in advance of the webinar.
To test your system requirements, please visit the following website: 

 

Each live webinar session can also be accessed via tele-conference. Information including login information is provided upon registration completion.

 

For more information or to report any issues, please contact teach@camh.ca.

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