WSP Credential Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Documentation of self-study and mentoring details related to the WSP certification may be completed with this form. As shown in the form, you must identify learning objectives, and describe how those learning objectives were achieved, and through which resources, including references and links as appropriate. Although not limited to peer-reviewed journal articles, you may find several open-source articles that provide the latest evidence related to appropriate wheelchair service provision. This search may help identify some useful articles: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/?term=wheelchair+service+provision and then click 'open access' on the left hand of the website.**Please complete a separate Self-Study Form for each resource used**Self-StudyPlease use this section to capture details related to Self-Study.Name (first and last)*Email*Date of Self-studyDuration of Self-StudyIdentify learning objectives and write a brief description of what you learned or reinforcedDescribe how learning objectives were achievedTitle, author and link to the article or other reference material used.Describe how the self-study could be applied to your current workMentoringPlease use this section to capture details related to mentoring.Mentor details (Example: Colleague, Supervisor, Professor, etc)Please provide details on mentor's experience in wheelchair service provision.Learning ObjectivesPersonal developmentProfessional developmentEducational developmentOthersTo select more than one, please click 'shift + click to select more than one'.Hint: Personal development is a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realize and maximize their potential. Professional development is learning to earn or maintain professional credentials such as academic degrees to formal coursework, attending conferences, and informal learning opportunities situated in practice. Educational development: actions “aimed at enhancing teaching”.Type of mentoringFormalInformalPlease mention the number of hours of mentorship and the dates.Please mention the activities during the mentorship (observation, co-treat, feedback after solo assessment, etc)Method/process of mentorship (Example, in-person, online, book club, etc)Title, author and link to the article or other reference materials used.