Information for assessors
NAC PRA programs are seeking experienced family physicians to become assessors of participating International Medical Graduate candidates. As an assessor, you will supervise and work with candidates in a family practice setting in order to determine their readiness and qualification for independent practice in the province of assessment.
While requirements vary across provincial programs, assessors generally work in a team of two or three assessors in order to adequately evaluate the candidate’s performance. There are different qualifications depending on whether you wish to be designated as a primary or secondary assessor.
Why become an assessor?
- Give back to your profession
- Support medical care in underserved rural areas
- Apply for continuing professional development credits from the College of Family Physicians of Canada
- Be remunerated
- Receive a face-to-face training workshop, and additional online learning modules
For more information
For information on how to become an assessor, please contact the PRA program of your province.