The PLAR pre-application self-assessment tool provides you an opportunity to audit your abilities in relation to the competencies in the new bylaw and also gain a better understanding of what will be expected of you as a portfolio candidate. This information is designed to help potential candidates decide whether this opportunity is right for them.
Completing pre-application self-assessment
At a minimum, the pre-application self-assessment will take four to five hours to complete. A potential candidate should allow adequate time to reflect on past knowledge, skill, abilities, and experiences in order to produce specific meaningful examples. These examples should demonstrate how the potential candidate is able to meet the indicators within each module at a baccalaureate degree level.
How to organize your CDHBC PLAR portfolio
The CDHBC-PLAR candidate should have strategies in place to ensure the greatest chance of success when completing the PLAR Portfolio. These may include but are not limited to:
The competencies for portfolio assessment and self-assessment tool documents are currently in development. If you wish to apply for the pre-application review, submit your inquiry to CDHBCApplication@tru.ca.