Are you an MLA/T who has passed the MLPAO Certification Exam? As an MLA/T Member, you qualify to use our new cMLA/T^MLPAO credential that acknowledges you are a health care professional who has met the provincial standards and are maintaining continued competence and professionalism.
Credentialed MLA/Ts are included on our MLA/T Certification Registry, which is searchable by potential and current employers. This new credential also requires MLA/Ts to submit 7 hours of Continuing Education throughout the 2019 year to ensure you are maintaining standards and keeping your professional knowledge up to date.
Guidelines: Workshops, conferences, participation on committees, laboratory inspections, online learning, and many other activities can be counted towards these requirements. Click here for a full list of Continuing Education activities. Reading articles from our quarterly publication, the ADVOCATE, also counts. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the password for the app or ensure that your getting your printed copy.
FREE Online CE: Your MLPAO Membership includes a subscription to MediaLab, with over 200 hours of free education to help meet these requirements. Contact email@example.com to activate your account!
Your hours will be submitted to the MLPAO Member Portal.
Log into your profile on the MLPAO Member Portal: https://w12.eudonet.com/ccm/xtranet/mlpao/home
Click on the green "Log in" button in the top right-hand corner of the page.
If you haven’t logged in before or forgot your password, find out more here: https://www.mlpao.org/post/faq-how-do-i-log-in-to-my-mlpao-member-portal
Once you log in, click on ‘Access’ under the ‘My Page’ section. Scroll down to the ‘Your education’ section.
In the top right corner there is a plus sign in a circle – click that and then fill in the fields (see picture below).
Proof of Completion – we need either a word or PDF document that shows that you attended or completed the education. It could be an email with the details of a meeting or copy of a registration or a certificate of completion. Please make sure we know what the course is called and the time that was spent.
To Document Reading: the proof of completion can be the cover or PDF of the article read, or a Word document with the titles and journals you accessed. Just make sure to include details on what you were reading and the time that was spent.
To Document Training: we need a PDF or Word document that includes specific details - your workplace, name, date trained, where you did the teaching, hours spend, and details on the trainee and training ( i.e. spent 1-hour training new MLA/T staff on specimen collection procedures, troubleshooting difficult draws and data entry.) If you are including multiple training sessions, please also include a total time spent training.