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Updated: Guidelines for supervision

In early 2019, the Guidelines for supervision underwent a content review and revision. The Registration Committee passed a motion to approve the updated Guidelines for supervision in early April. 

MLTs involved in supervision assume professional responsibility for those whom they supervise, and can expect to be held accountable for the work of people under their supervision. The updated guidelines clarifies the general expectations for MLTs performing supervisory roles, in conjunction with the CMLTO Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics, and other CMLTO Practice Guidelines.

Access the Guidelines for supervision (PDF), along with other CMLTO professional practice resources by clicking the links.

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