Educational Programs

The Association and component chapters provide educational symposia and workshops throughout the year in various locations. These programs and workshops:

  • Inform members of the latest methods of cancer diagnosis, care, treatment, and current trends in incidence and survival
  • Update knowledge on new requirements for cancer reporting and cancer programs
  • Provide opportunities for professional development

Check out our available symposia and workshops by clicking on our educational calendar.

FLccSC Updates

New CCR Education Available

  • CCR Audit Cycle 2021/22 – What Came out in the Wash? is available under course category “CCR Educational Training 2023.”
    • This course focuses on the results of quality audits conducted by the California Cancer Registry in the 2021/22 audit cycle and provides education and training for the most common coding issues that were uncovered. Approved for .75 NCRA CEs.


  • Q-Tip Series – Primary Brain Cancer Coding Clarifications has been posted and can be found under the category “CCR Q-Tips”.

The Fundamental Learning Collaborative for the Cancer Surveillance Community (FLccSC – pronounced “Flossy”) learning management system (LMS) was developed to provide cancer surveillance professionals in a web-based educational platform. Courses are designed for students of all experience/skill levels. There are courses and modules for those that are new to the cancer surveillance field and continuing education courses for the seasoned professional. This is a free service.

If you do not have an FLccSC user account, use the link below to access the FLccSC login page and click the box  “New Users – Register here” in the bottom right-hand corner and set up your profile.

If you are an SBCC CIM student, enter SBCC CIM Student for organization.