1. My birthday is approaching and I have not received a reminder email. What should I do?
The due date for the renewal of your registration is your birthday. Notices are emailed to current members 30 to 60 days before their birthday. All members must renew their registration online through CMRITO’s Member and Applicant Portal (MAP). Go to www.cmrito.org and click on Sign In to access MAP. You will see an alert on your profile letting you know your renewal is due.
Please complete your registration renewal using the Google Chrome browser on your desktop or laptop computer, not a mobile device, to ensure a smooth transaction. The online renewal service is a fast and easy way to renew your registration, pay your fees, update your address and employment information and update your Health Human Resources (HHR) information.
2. I’ve forgotten or lost my password. How can I access the member and applicant portal (MAP)?
To access the MAP, you need to sign in with the same email address that is currently in the CMRITO register. If you have forgotten your password, click the “Forgot your password?” button and you will be emailed a verification code. You can then create a new password and sign into the MAP.
If you do not have access to the email address registered in the CMRITO register, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org providing your full name, registration number and your request to change your email address.
3. How do I know my information is safe and secure?
The CMRITO member and applicant portal has measures in place to provide security for the information you provide on the site. The service uses industry-standard encryption technology to make your personal information safe and secure.
No payments are processed in CMRITO systems and no credit card information is stored. The CMRITO uses leading transactional software to protect the information provided through online payments, where your private information is secured using TLS 1.2 (Transport Layer Security). All information is encrypted between your web browser and E-xact Transactions (Canada) Ltd.
4. What methods of payment do you accepts for my renewal fee?
You may pay by credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or Interac (available for certain banks/financial institutions/credit unions that have an agreement with Interac).
5. Can I pay my annual fee by cheque?
6. Is it possible to pay for my annual fee in installments?
No, the annual fee is due in full on the member’s birthday and cannot be paid in installments.
7. How can my employer and I confirm my registration status?
You and your employer can confirm your registration status at any time through the public register on the CMRITO website.
8. How do I change my name or add a name used in practice on the CMRITO register?
You are required to notify the CMRITO of any change in your name within seven days of the change. You must complete a hard copy form, attach the necessary documentation and send it by email to the CMRITO registration department at email@example.com, to request the CMRITO to change your name as it appears in the Public Register. Click here to download the Change of Name form.
Frequently, members use a first name in practice for ease of use, rather than their official name listed on the CMRITO Public Register. Members can request to add a given name that they use in practice to the Public Register. To do so, fill out the Request from Member to add a given name used in practice to the Register form and send it by email to the CMRITO registration department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to download the Request from Member to add a given name used in practice to the Register form.
9. How do I change my home or business address, and/or home or business telephone number on the CMRITO Register?
It is your responsibility to update your CMRITO member profile within seven days of any change of name, business address, business telephone number, home address, home telephone number, email or mailing address. Sign into the MAP to update your information.
10. I have misplaced my receipt and I require a duplicate copy for my income tax return. How do I get a new one?
You can access printable tax receipts for payments you have made to the CMRITO for the current year and the five previous years from MAP.
11. Is it possible for a portion of my annual fee to be refunded if I only intend to practise a portion of the year?
No, the annual fee is not refundable. If you resign before the date your annual fee is due, you will receive a fee credit of a percentage of the annual fee, pro-rated from the date on which you resigned to your renewal date. The fee credit will be applied automatically to your annual fee if and when you are reinstated, provided that you are reinstated within five years from the date of your resignation.
12. I am planning on resigning from the College as I will no longer be practising the profession of medical radiation and imaging technology in the province of Ontario. How do I notify the College that I would like to resign?
If you are no longer practising medical radiation and imaging technology in the province of Ontario and would like to resign from the College, complete and submit a Resignation Notice through MAP. The CMRITO does not accept resignations by telephone, mail or email.
It is important to resign your membership with the CMRITO to avoid having your certificate of registration suspended for failure to pay fees, and the associated fee and penalty at the time of reinstatement. If you resign before the date your annual fee is due, you will receive a fee credit of a percentage of the annual fee, pro-rated from the date on which you resigned to your renewal date. The fee credit will be applied automatically to your annual fee if and when you are reinstated, provided that you are reinstated within five years from the date of your resignation.
13. I am a past member of the CMRITO and I am interested in returning to work as a medical radiation and imaging technologist in the province of Ontario. How do I reinstate my registration?
If you are a past CMRITO member and intend to start practising the profession in Ontario again, you are required to reinstate your registration prior to starting to practice as a medical radiation and imaging technologist. You can start this process by completing the online Application for Reinstatement available on the MAP for past members with a status of resigned or suspended for failure to pay fees.
You can reinstate your registration in a specialty in which you have been previously registered. To reinstate your registration in more than one specialty, you must complete an online Application for Reinstatement for each specialty.
More information on the reinstatement application can be found in the Reinstatement Application Guide.
You are eligible to reinstate your certificate of registration if:
You are not required to complete the CMRITO jurisprudence course if you are reinstating within two years from the date of resignation.
You are eligible to reinstate your certificate of registration if:
You can find information about reinstating your registration when it has been over five years since you last practised the profession in any jurisdiction here.
Contact the CMRITO to discuss your individual situation and to receive the CMRITO retraining program information.
Once your application has been approved, you will be notified by email. Before practicing, you will need to complete the final steps of the reinstatement process, including paying your registration fee.
14. I have not practised the profession of medical radiation and imaging technology for more than five years. What will I be required to do in order to be reinstated?
If you have not practised the profession of medical radiation and imaging technology in the past five years, you will be required to complete a retraining program approved by the CMRITO before you are eligible for reinstatement. Please contact the CMRITO to discuss your situation and to receive the retraining program information for your specialty.
15. If I am registered with the CMRITO in more than one specialty, do I need to pay more than one annual fee?
No. Regardless of how many specialties you are authorized to practise, there is only one annual fee. However, you must be registered in each specialty in which you practice. To add another specialty for a program you completed in medical radiation and imaging technology, you must complete the online application on the MAP. Please note that if you apply to be registered in a new specialty, you will be required to pay the appropriate application fee.
16. Why do I have a notification on my public register under TERMS, CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS?
This section contains any terms, conditions and limitations that are in effect on a certificate of registration.
Every CMRITO member has a term, condition and limitation on their certificate of registration that they shall practice only in the areas of medical radiation and imaging technology in which they are educated and experienced. This ensures that CMRITO members are only able to practice in specialties that they have been trained in and have experience practicing in.
17. How do I contact the CMRITO?
If you have any questions regarding your registration, you may contact us by: