Meet The Chair
Treasurer / PCR Committee Chair
Tejinder has been a member of the Canadian Addictions Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF) since October 2013. He attained his International Certified Alcohol & Drug Counsellor (I.C.A.D.C.) designation through CACCF in 2014. He also attained Canadian Certified Addictions Counsellor (C.C.A.C.) in January of 2017. In September of 2016 he was selected with other Subject Matter Experts across the country to help develop the first Addictions exam for CACCF.
What is the PCR / Ethics Committee?
Hello CACCF Members,
CACCF is seeking new Committee Members to help adjudicate Professional Conduct Reviews.
The Professional Conduct Review (PCR) Team meets only when there are PCR’s to review. This can be once per year or several times per year.
You are only required to adjudicate 1 PCR per year, however you can participate in as many as you wish.
The role of the PCR Team is to be non partial, non bias and fact based investigators of allegations of ethical misconduct.
You do receive training and practice!
Each PCR you conduct, will result in those hours being counted towards your CEU requirements.
You will also receive a badge for your email and website that identifies you as a PCR team member.
If this committee is of interest to you, please fill out our Committee Sign Up form
The CACCF Team
Ann-Marie Simpson Hill
Dr. Anthony Fenton
Ian B. McGregor
Joy Leanne Friesen
Mandeep Sandhu RP