As per the OPPQ policy, each physiotherapist is now responsible for completing his or her own portfolio. Please visit https://oppq.qc.ca/ for more details.
It is also prohibited to: speak or communicate with another candidate during the exam, to show your exam or share your answers with another candidate, and to film videos during the course.
Furthermore, students practicing outside of the province of Québec must contact the OPPQ in order to obtain a permit to practice in Québec and a proper insurance for the duration of the course. A copy of this permit must be sent to the coordinator of the AQPMA prior to the course’s commencement.
You must allow for up to a delay of two months between levels 1-2 and 2-3 to allow the teachers enough time to grade the exams and to send the exam marks to the AQPMA.
It is important you ensure you can make yourself available for all three weekends of each of the Level 2 and 3 courses. You are not allowed to interchange a weekend with another course of the same level. This is to ensure that every student receives all the expected material, as the order in which each course is taught may differ between courses and teachers. In case of illness, a doctor’s note must be provided and the AQPMA will do its best to accommodate the student, but without guarantee.
A 50% reimbursement will be given minus the $50.00 administration fee for cancellations occurring after the registration deadline but before 21 days prior to the first day of the course.
No reimbursement will be given for any cancellation within the 20 days prior to the beginning of the course.
Only the person registered in the course can request the cancellation of his or her registration.
- A student may be absent for 10% of the course without justification (equivalent to 3.5 hours for a block of 35 hours).
- A student who misses a day must have a justification and a doctor’s note.
- If the student misses more than one day: the block of classes must be retaken.
- It is the student’s responsibility to contact the teachers to receive the appropriate case history.