Audiology Graduates of a United States (US) ASHA Accredited Program

Applicable if you have completed your education in the US within the previous three years.

Required documents:

  • A completed Registration and Practice Permit Application Form.

  • Official transcripts confirming the date on which you officially received your graduate degree and undergraduate degree(s); documents must be original and sent to ACSLPA directly from the university where you received your qualifications. Original electronic documents (e.g. transcripts and credential assessments) from post-secondary and recognized assessment agencies that can be accessed by secure login site will be accepted as original documents.

    NOTE: If you haven’t yet received your graduate degree, the university must submit the following directly to ACSLPA:

    • A current transcript listing all your completed courses to date, and
    • A letter from the university program director verifying that all academic and clinical requirements have been met, and the date on which the graduate degree will be conferred.

    You must ask the university to send the official transcript to ACSLPA immediately following your convocation. This must be specifically requested by the applicant.

  • A copy of, or link to a handbook, syllabus, or calendar that gives a detailed description of your program of study and clinical practicum. Course descriptions should include:

    1. Course objectives and format
    2. Total number of hours
  • A completed Coursework Requirements Form (See Appendix 1 in the Registration Handbook).

  • A verified and signed Summary of Clinical Practice Hours Form, completed and forwarded directly to ACSLPA from the university where you received your qualifications (See Appendix 2 in the Registration Handbook).

  • A passing score on an entry exam approved by ACSLPA. Results must be provided directly to ACSLPA by the testing agency; copies are not accepted.

    Further information regarding examination requirements is available here.

    Note:  You are responsible for the cost of writing the examination, and the results are valid for up to 5 years from the date you successfully passed the exam.

  • Evidence you have the required Professional Liability Insurance (See Appendix 3 in the Registration Handbook).

  • Evidence of your English language proficiency if required (See Appendix 4 in the Registration Handbook).

  • A satisfactory Police Information Check, or equivalent (See Appendix 5 in the Registration Handbook).

  • A written reference from an audiologist colleague, supervisor, professor or recent employer
    (Reference Request Form).

  • The application fee and registration fee.

After we’ve reviewed these required documents, we will notify you by email whether or not your application has been successful. If your application is successful:

  1. You will receive an email advising you to pay the applicable registration fee.
  2. You will receive instructions for downloading and printing your annual practice permit and receipt.
  3. You will receive information and instructions for completion of the jurisprudence education requirements of the College
    (See Appendix 6 in the Registration Handbook).

If you need more information on the required documents and the registration process, you can find detailed descriptions in the Registration Handbook.

Click here to start the application process.