Currency Reporting

To report your currency requirements, please submit an email to with your hours, topics, and proof of completion of any required continuing education. The CCOS(C) by-laws require 40 hours of continuing education every two years to maintain currency, with a minimum of 20 structured hours and no more than 20 unstructured hours. In conforming with standards followed by other specialty colleges, the CCOS(C) Board may direct members to complete required materials, as communicated to the membership via email.

Continuing Education

For members looking for structured continuing education (CE), the following list contains examples of orthopaedic specialist-level CE. This is not an exhaustive nor exclusive list, but merely offers examples of available CE experiences.

  1. Fracture courses: CASTED
  2. On-line CDI content from the Graduate Studies program hosted by University of Bridgeport
  3. Fracture clinic or orthopaedic surgery observations at Scarborough and Rouge Hospital (S&RH), Toronto. S&RH requires proof of vaccinations and N95 mask fitting at member’s expense. All CCOS(C) members have general liability coverage for attending on-site CCOS(C) business, including CE in hospitals anywhere in Canada, so long as our insurer is informed of the site prior to your date of attendance. Proof of insurance can be provided; please contact Dr. Matthew Barrigar, President, at for insurance arrangements. To make arrangements at S&RH, please contact Dr. Rocco Guerriero at
  4. Athabasca University non-program credits in evidence-based care: MHST603 and MHST610
    Course Information
    Course Fee Information
    Applications (for these two courses and not the entire Masters of Health Studies)


  • Applications are now being accepted for candidates for Fellowship. There are now standing annual application deadline dates of April 30, August 31, and December 31.
  • For Graduate Studies information please click:

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