“The Mission of the College is to regulate the practice of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals through the participation of the public and the profession in accordance Standards of Practice.”
VRA Regulatory Activities Timelines and Resources
VRA Canada has been researching and discussing regulation for nearly 20 years.
The Roles of VRA and CVRP
A breakdown of the roles of the VRA and CVRP in an easy-to-read list format.
CVRP and VRAC Role Comparison
A comparison of the Roles of the College of Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals (CVRP “the College”) and the Vocational Rehabilitation Association of Canada (VRA Canada “the Association”). This document provides a side-by-side comparison of the two organizations.
VRA Canada and the multi-disciplinary vocational rehabilitation professionals it represents are committed to supporting, assisting, and advocating for individuals experiencing, or at risk of experiencing, disabling conditions along the continuum of achieving or restoring optimum vocational and life goals. These outcomes are achieved through purposeful and intentional development of strategies and interventions that are informed and directed by education, research, experience and skills, as well as ongoing professional development, unique to the discipline and profession of vocational rehabilitation.
VRA Canada is the leading national organization committed to professional excellence of and for its multi-disciplinary members, who are recognized by stakeholders as experts in the provision of vocational and pre-vocational rehabilitation services.
VRA Canada is the acknowledged Centre of Excellence providing education, research, and evidence-based best practices.
VRA Canada's values are the foundation of who we are and how we practice:
- Advocacy for the Profession, the Professionals, and our Values