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Why does the College do audits?

To proactively monitor members’ practice of applied biology to ensure that standards are being met. The audit program is one mechanism for the College to meet its legislated public interest mandate.

Relevant sections in the Act and Rules:

  • Under Section 21 of the College of Applied Biology Act, the College is authorized to establish an Audit and Practice Review Committee (APRC), and establish the audit process by way of a Rule.
  • Rule 14: sets out the rules for the establishment and conduct of the Audit and Practice Review Committee. 
  • Under Schedule 6: a description is provided of the Audit program which includes a link to the member form used during the audit process.
  • Under Schedule 4: information on associated CPD program and a template CPD form that can be used for tracking activities is provided. 
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