Appeal for Rejection of Application
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Réadaptation Psychosociale (RPS) Canada (PSR/RPS Canada)is a leader in transforming the mental health sector to be an inclusive society where people achieve full social inclusion.
Certified Psychosocial Rehabilitation Recovery Practitioner
Candidates have the right to appeal any portion of the CPRRP designation process. All appeals must be in writing and submitted to the Chair of the Certification Committee. Each candidate’s application to become a certified practitioner will be given individual consideration.
- The submission will be reviewed by three members of the Appeal Committee.
- All members of the Appeal committee must sign a confidentiality agreement regarding the submission being considered.
- The consideration of the submission will be based on a mandatory review process which will include:
o An appeal committee of one Board member and two general members of PSR/RPS Canada.
o A letter of statement stating their reasons for the appeal with direct reference to the relevant criteria
o An investigation of all facts leading to the dismissal of the application by the Registrar.
o A conversation by the Chair of the Appeals committee with the applicant regarding the outcome of the investigation and further data collection.
o Notice of outcome to applicant within two weeks of the conversation with the Chair of the Appeals committee.