A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how the Canadian health care system is still struggling to recover from the catastrophic events of the last few months.
In that post, I outlined the challenges faced by Canadians, and how they are now beginning to deal with what can be an incredibly complex and difficult time.
As I mentioned in my post, the CCHP exam is a one-week course, and the exam is offered by the CCTP, the largest CCTS provider in Canada.
There are several other options, and we’re going to look at each of them and what they offer for people who are looking to get the CHCAs exam.
However, for now, let’s focus on what the CMT is offering for people looking to take the CHCP exams.
The CMT Exam CMT exam is open to people with a qualifying disability or medical condition, who are: at least 18 years old, and who have been prescribed a CMT or a related CMT.
The exam is free for people with qualifying disabilities, but is subject to eligibility requirements.