An illustrated infographic titled By The Numbers: Year In Review, a look at the College's 2014 Annual Report by Steve Brearton. The infographic is divided into four sections.
The first section is called Current Membership and lists the following data for the number of College members in good standing. There are 239,356 members in good standing with 9,756 new members. 94% chose English as their preferred language. 6% chose French as their preferred language. 74% are female. 26% are male. From the age range of 20 to 30, 14% are female and 3% are male. From 31 to 40, 23% are female and 7% are male. From 41 to 50, 19% are female and 7% are male. From 51 to 60 13% are female and 5% are male. From 61 and over, 6% are female and 3% are male.
The next section is titles Geographic Distribution and lists the following data for new members by province of initial certification. British Columbia, 60. Alberta, 42. Saskatchewan, 10. Manitoba, 23. Ontario, 8,319. Quebec, 126. New Brunswick, 24. Nova Scotia, 26. Newfoundland and Labrador, 15. Prince Edward Island, 5. International, 1096.
The next section is called 'Additional Qualifications' and lists the following data for the total Additional Qualifications granted. In 2014 there were 35,041. In 2010, 43,749. In 2006, 37,318. In 2002, 25,496. In 1998, 18,414. The top 5 Additional Qualifications in 2014 were Special Education, part 1. Mathematics, Primary and Junior, Part 1. English as a Second Language, Part 1. Special Education, Part 2. Kindergarten, Part 1.
The next section is titled 'Complaints, Investigations and Discipline' and lists the following data about the origin of complaints. 52 complaints were from members of the college. 219 were from members of the public. 198 were from registrars. The disposition of complaints is broken down into the following committees. 78% investigations. 21% discipline. 0.8% fitness to practice. 0.2% executive.