7.1 General Information

Appealing an Application Decision


You will be notified by email of the decision regarding your application for registration and the reason(s) for the decision. Under section 31(3) of the Health Professions Act, if your application was refused, delayed, or approved with conditions or limitations, you have the right, within 30 days of receiving the notice, to request a review of the decision. You must request your review in writing (email is acceptable), setting out the reason(s) why your application for registration should be approved with or without conditions, and then send it to the Registrar. The Registrar will then convene a sub-committee of the [...]

Appealing an Application Decision2023-09-14T10:42:10-06:00

Referral to the Registration Committee


The Registrar may refer your application to the Registration Committee if they decide that you need further assessment to determine if you meet the registration requirements. Applications received from individuals who were trained outside of a Canadian or American accredited university program in SLP or Audiology are typically reviewed by the Registration Committee. ACSLPA’s Registration Committee meets six times per year, on the second Friday of January, March, May, July, September, and November (Please note: these dates are subject to change due to extenuating circumstances). We require all documentation a minimum of three weeks prior to a committee meeting in [...]

Referral to the Registration Committee2023-09-14T10:43:45-06:00

General Information


Your application for registration with ACSLPA must be completed and submitted using the online portal and application form. You will be required to create a profile with ACSLPA to complete the online application for registration process. After all the necessary documents are received, the Registrar will review your application and will then: Approve you for registration and issue an annual practice permit; or Approve you for registration and issue an annual practice permit with specific conditions, limits, or restrictions on your practice, or Refer your application to the Registration Committee. NOTE: Missing documents will delay the review process. Registration applications [...]

General Information2023-09-14T10:37:40-06:00

Time Required to Process Registration Applications


The length of time required for a registration decision will vary, but in general, is as follows: Applicant Type Approximate Minimum Length of Time Required to Process Application* Graduates of a Canadian Accredited Program (not registered with another SLP/audiology regulatory body in Canada). 1 - 2 weeks New Graduates of a United States (US) American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Accredited Program 2 - 3 weeks Applicable if you are moving to practice in Alberta and are currently registered in a fully practicing regulated membership category in any Canadian province. All Canadian provinces regulate the professions of SLP and Audiology. [...]

Time Required to Process Registration Applications2023-12-06T10:00:20-07:00


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