Yes. We recommend that you complete your Annual Declaration as soon as possible and plan to pay your assessment on the date that suits you best, keeping the terms of payment and payment deadlines in mind.
Before starting the process, make sure you have your permit number, the number of hours of continuing education you completed between January and December of the previous year, and the number of hours you worked over this same period.
Your Annual Declaration contains many details that you are legally required to provide to the Order, in particular concerning your professional domicile (place of work), your employers, the number of hours you practised in the past year, and your hours of continuing education. You are also required to inform the Order if you have been convicted of a criminal, penal or disciplinary offence. This is why you must complete the Annual Declaration form before you can be entered on the Roll: it is a matter of public protection.
Some information has to be updated annually, such as the number of hours of practice and of continuing education, and the obligation to inform the Order if you have been the subject of a judicial, disciplinary or penal judgment.