CDECB News

  1. Attention 2015 Candidates, please see the 2015 Candidate Page for updated information.

  2. Estimated timelines for the 2015 Examination Process: 
    March 15:  Each Applicant will have his or her examination Application reviewed one time.  The status will be updated to reflect the position of the Application 
    April 15: If the Applicant was selected for Credentialing CDECB will update your status by that date. 
    April 10 2015:  The Sample Questions are available when you login to your file at CDECB! (to each paid and approved Applicant.)  Note: These questions are not intended to study from and are only intended to familiarize oneself with the type of question asked and the type of possible questions.
    May 7: Information and directions to your examination site will be available within your personal file located by logging in:  www.cdecb.ca   Your login is your email address. 

  3. Exam registration for the 2015 CDECB Exam is now closed.

  4. Your Online CDECB AccountAll CDE's and 2015 candidates, once registered, have an online CDECB Account.  You can now change your contact information by logging into your CDECB Account.  To login please click here.
  5. Next Examination Date:  Saturday, May 23, 2015.   
  6. References for the 2015 Examination Please Click Here
  7. Obtained your CDE® designation in 2010?  It will expire in 2015.  Click Here  for more information.

  8. To register for the Diabetes Update+ 2015 Held in Whistler BC  Please Click Here.


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Our Mission


The Canadian Diabetes Educator Certification   Board (CDECB) is responsible for the development and administration of the certification program for Certified Diabetes Educators in Canada. It is independent and separate from all other diabetes related organizations and associations.

VISION:  All eligible health professionals providing diabetes education will obtain the Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)® designation.

MISSION: To provide a process whereby eligible health professionals can become Certified Diabetes Educators, and maintain their certification upon meeting the requirements as set out by the Canadian Diabetes Educator Certification Board.

CDE® and EAD® are registered marks of the Canadian Diabetes Educator Certification Board. The use of these marks is under licence.