Do you Know Your Member Login information?

    • User ID – the email address on file with ACSLPA
    • Password – only you know your password, if you cannot remember it, use the ‘Forget Your Password’ function, ACSLPA cannot retrieve it.

Is your Profile up-to-date?

    • Review your contact and employment details to ensure accuracy in your profile. Verify that all of your information is up-to-date before you start the renewal process.
    • Ensure your employment details are complete. You will need to report practice hours for each location where you worked during the registration year. If the location is not in your profile, then reporting is a two-step process. Sometimes adding a new practice location requires the assistance of ACSLPA staff which can delay the renewal process.

Have you completed the Jurisprudence exam?

  • All regulated members must complete the jurisprudence education requirements every five years. Reminder notices were sent to those needing to complete the requirement this year; members can also check when they last completed their jurisprudence using the dashboard on the member portal.  Individuals due this year should ideally complete jurisprudence requirements prior to registration renewal, but will have until December 31 as the deadline. Click here for more information.

Is your Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) up-to-date?

    • Your professional liability insurance policy must be valid from January 1 forward. We do NOT require a copy of your PLI to be submittedFor further information on PLI requirements, click here.

Time to calculate your current qualification hours

    • Calculate the hours you worked from January 1 to December 31 (you will need to predict the hours you will work until the end of the year).

Review the Continuing Competence Program

    • Each year there are 3 sections members who want to renew in the general member category (need or want a practice permit) need to complete.
      • Continuing Education Report – check activities you engaged in during the year, provide a quick description of the activities, and indicate the competency areas that were impacted and describe how your competence in that area was improved or supported.
      • Peer Dialogue Reflection – reflect on a conversation you had with a peer, mentor, or supervisor regarding a clinical or professional situation or event where you obtained feedback and/or support that was relevant and impactful to your competence to practice.
      • Risks and Supports Profile – provide a brief summary of your practice scope and setting, then select and provide rationale of risks and supports that apply to your practice.
    • Visit the CCP webpage for information and tips on the program and detailed instructions.