Registrant Renewal FAQ


For full registrants, yes. As per college bylaws:

S. 84. (1) All full, student and temporary registrants, and all employees of registrants or health profession corporations to whom aspects of practice involving patient assessment or treatment are delegated under Part 9, must obtain and at all times maintain professional liability protection or insurance coverage in an amount of at least $2,000,000 per claim in a form that is satisfactory to the college.

Without current insurance to practice, you cannot remain on the register as a full registrant. Registrants have the option of cancelling their license or transitioning to non-practising status.

Registrants FAQ

Virtual office support will be available until Friday, July 29, 2022.

Registration and renewal will be available online and is due by the end of Sunday, July 31, 2022.

All renewals must be completed online through the College Registrant Portal by July 31. Applications sent by mail, fax or email will not be accepted.

To complete your registration:

  • Go to
  • Click on the “Registrant Login” link in the top right corner of the page
  • Enter your email address and password
  • Click on the renewal button and proceed through the screens

To reset your password:

  • Please click here and enter your email address (see screen capture below for reference)
  • Answer the security question
  • Wait for the password reset link to come in your email inbox 

Please note the new password will require the following:

  • Minimum of 8 characters
  • At least one lowercase letter
  • At least one uppercase letter
  • At least one number
  • At least one special character (symbol)

Reference more information about resetting your password in the following video

You must contact the CCBC office within regular business hours to reset your password. Please email and allow sufficient time to ensure that your registration and payment can be processed before the renewal deadline of July 31.

You must contact the CCBC office within regular business hours to verify your account and set up this feature. Please email and allow sufficient time to ensure that your registration and payment can be processed by July 31.

Yes, the system will automatically save the information you have entered. Simply log back into the renewal page when you have time to complete it and you can resume your application where you left off. You must complete all requirements no later than July 31. If you require assistance, you must contact the CCBC Office during regular business hours.

Please contact the CCBC office within regular business hours (Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm excluding holidays) at if you require assistance with your renewal. Please allow sufficient time to ensure that your registration and payment can be processed before the deadline.

If you do not have a computer to renew your registration online, you must make arrangements to find another computer to complete the process by July 31. An option can include asking a family member, friend or colleague if you can use their computer to renew your registration.

Full and Non-Practising registrants are required to complete the following for the 2022-23 renewal period, no later than July 31:

  1. Online completion of the renewal application
  2. Payment of any other fee, ­levy or debt owed to the College
  3. For full registrants, proof of having completed any applicable requirements of the quality assurance program
  4. For incorporated registrants, online submission of corporation renewal form and payment of corporation renewal fee by July 31

Failure to comply with the HPA and Bylaws by July 31 will result in expiration of your registration on August 1. Billing accounts for your practice will be cancelled (MSP, Blue Cross, etc.). The CCBC will also inform your insurance provider that your registration has lapsed which will result in terminated liability insurance.

Upon expiration, registrants must apply for reinstatement if they wish to resume practice. The fee to apply for reinstatement is $200 if the reinstatement occurs within 2 months, in addition to annual dues.

The reinstatement process takes 3-5 business days.

You may be restricted from renewing due to failure to complete one or more quality assurance requirements. Once these requirements are met, you must contact the CCBC office during regular business hours in advance of the July 31 deadline to lift the restriction and enable your ability to renew your registration.

Please allow for 3-5 business days to lift restrictions.

Payments must be made online by credit card by July 31. Bank transfers, mailed cheque and money orders are not accepted. Credit card numbers are not accepted over the phone or by email/fax.

Registrants have the opportunity to enroll in pre-authorized payments for the upcoming dues cycle (please note, registration dues for the 2022-23 cycle are due on July 31 and are not eligible for PAP). If you are interested in enrolling in PAP for the 2023-24 dues cycle, please complete the PAP enrollment form, including a copy of a void cheque and fax to 604-742-6471 or email to Alternately, once your renewal is complete with payment of dues, your online account will display information about the PAP option. If you click on the option to receive more information about PAP we will email you the form with instructions on how to get started. The PAP schedule runs from August through until May (10 payments).

Once you have successfully registered, you will receive an email confirming your status for the 2022-23 year. In addition, you may verify your status in the online registry.

  1. Go to
  2. After you consent to the disclaimer, enter your name and search
  3. If you see a future status, effective August 1, 2022, you have successfully renewed

Certificate of registration is available 48 hours after you have successfully renewed and paid your licensing fees.

  1. Go to and click on the Registrant Login link in the top right hand corner
  2. Login with your email address and password
  3. Click on certificates in the Online Services Section
  4. Locate the Certificate of Registration section and populate your certificate

No, BCCA membership and College registration are done separately. Membership renewal can be done at British Columbia Chiropractic Association.

Registrants who do not renew their BCCA membership by June 30 must provide the College with proof of liability insurance, effective August 1.

Please call the BC Chiropractic Association at 604-270-1332 or email

If you already have a corporation on file, you will be asked to confirm the details of the corporation and pay your renewal fee at the time you renew your license. If you are a director of a corporation along with another registrant, the registrant who opens a renewal application first will be required to confirm the details and pay the renewal fee. HPC Permit renewal must be completed by July 31 each year.

Incorporation permits will be available online for printing after July 31.

To obtain a copy of your permit after July 31:

  • Go to and click on the Registrant Login link in the top right hand corner
  • Login with your email address and password
  • Click on certificates in the Online Services section
  • Locate the Health Profession Corporation Permit section and populate your certificate

The CCBC, along with many other BC health regulators including the College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC and the College of Registered Nurses of BC, is collecting data on Cultural Competency training in an effort to assist the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA) and the UBC Centre for Excellence in Indigenous Health (CEIH). This information is shared in aggregate with CEIH.

The Indigenous Cultural Competency (San’yas) training program is provided by the Provincial Health Services Authority. The College strongly encourages all registrants to take part in this meaningful educational opportunity which aims to promote culturally safe health care delivery. The course is online and is eligible for 8 structured continuing education credits at a cost of $300.

For more information or to register, go to:

The 2022-23 registration renewal application includes questions for registrants that facilitate the optional disclosure of Indigenous identity.

Data collected about Indigenous identity may be shared on request by CCBC in aggregate form with the First Nations Health Authority (FNHA), Metis Nation BC, the Ministry of Health, other partners, and the public. Individually identifiable data on Indigenous identity will not be disclosed outside of the CCBC, except as may be permitted or required by applicable law or court order.

The In Plain Sight report by Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond stated that “Indigenous identity information is not sufficiently collected in health care” and that approaches to collecting data were not consistent across organizations. The questions included in our registration renewal will help to address this gap in information and are consistent to questions currently being used by other health profession regulators in BC to identify Indigenous registrants.

The Criminal Record Review Act requires all registrants of a College to consent to a criminal record check at least once every five years. During your College renewal, you will be prompted to consent to a criminal record check if you have not already done so in the last five years and/or you have declared being convicted or charged with a criminal offense that the College is not yet aware of. The Act does not distinguish between practising and non-practising registrants.

Failure to consent to the criminal record check could impact your ability to renew and may require investigation by the Inquiry Committee.

Receipts are available online for printing approximately 48 hours after you have successfully paid.

  • Go to
    Click on the Registrant Login link at the top right corner.
  • Enter your email address and password to login
  • Click on the receipt link in the Online Services section
  • Select the year in the drop down menu for the receipt you wish to locate
As a result of the current health crisis, the Ministry of Health asked regulators if they had a list of registrants who could be contacted in the event of an emergency to help with the pandemic response. Although this information was not required in this case, the CCBC did not have a listing of registrants who could be contacted in case of emergency. The CCBC would like to establish a list of registrants who could be contacted and re-deployed in the health care system as a result of a future emergency or health crisis.