Additional Renewal Information

Fee Schedule


Application/Reinstatement Application/Reinstatement Fees For first-time registrants, reinstatement of former registrants, and regulated members who do not renew their practice permit by 11:59pm on December 31. This fee is non-refundable. 2024 Application/Reinstatement fee: $250.00 *See 'Other Fees' that may apply. Registration General Registration When an application is approved for a new member and/or a reinstating member, the fee is: 2024 2025 2026 Registration fee: $17.00 x the number of months remaining in the year $18.50 x the number of months remaining [...]

Fee Schedule2024-02-20T10:44:21-07:00

Jurisprudence Education


Regulated Members All regulated members must complete the full jurisprudence requirements (including the PPSA modules) every 5 years. Members can check when they last completed their jurisprudence via their dashboard on the member portal. Individuals due in the current registration year should ideally complete jurisprudence requirements prior to registration renewal for the next year, but will have until December 31 as the deadline. The training and examination can be completed at any time during the year and should take approximately 1-3 hours to complete. 2024 - Members initially registered in 2019 who [...]

Jurisprudence Education2023-09-29T15:38:18-06:00

Currency Hour Requirements – Renewal


Currency Hour Requirements - Renewal To either register or renew your registration, as per the Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Profession Regulation you must give evidence that your professional practice is current by having: Graduated from an approved program not more than three years before applying, or Practiced as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist for at least 1250 hours in the five years immediately before applying[1], or Successfully completed approved, refresher[2] education courses in your profession within the previous three years. NOTE:  Individuals seeking initial registration via Labour Mobility from another regulated province in Canada where they [...]

Currency Hour Requirements – Renewal2023-07-18T13:25:44-06:00

Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) Requirements


Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) Requirements Requirements  Under ACSLPA policy, as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist on the General Register, you must submit evidence of having a minimum of $2,000,000 (two million dollars) Professional Liability insurance (PLI) in order to obtain your registration and practice permit. Your policy must also include an extended reporting period of a minimum of two years (note: courtesy registration, including cross provincial practice registration, may be exempted from this requirement). ACSLPA requires all members holding a practice permit, including those on the courtesy register providing a health service directly to [...]

Professional Liability Insurance (PLI) Requirements2023-05-23T11:33:27-06:00

Your Name as a Regulated Member on the General Register


Your Name as a Regulated Member on the General Register Your name must be the same name that is on the General Register and that you use in your practice. Name changes can be requested on the ‘Member Login’ area of the ACSLPA website, under the ‘My Profile’ tab. You must also give ACSLPA proof of the name change. Government-issued marriage, name change, or divorce certificates are all acceptable. If you are a new applicant, you must submit original documents for a name change if the name used on your registration application form [...]

Your Name as a Regulated Member on the General Register2023-05-25T14:11:11-06:00

Information About Regulated Members That Must Be Available to the Government and the Public


Information About Regulated Members That Must be Available to the Government & Public You will see when you are completing your registration or renewal that we ask for certain information about you as a regulated member that is required by law. Under the HPA, ACSLPA must be able to give the following information about you as regulated member if anyone of the public requests it. This information is limited to: Your full name (including middle name if you have one) and your unique registration number, Any restrictions or conditions placed on your practice [...]

Information About Regulated Members That Must Be Available to the Government and the Public2023-05-25T14:16:12-06:00

Late Submission/Failure to Submit Registration Renewal


Late Submission/Failure to Submit Registration Renewal It is important not to let your registration lapse. It is illegal under the Health Professions Act (HPA) for you to work or volunteer as a speech-language pathologist or audiologist in Alberta or provide professional services to the public within Alberta without being registered with ACSLPA. As per section 39 of the HPA, if you do not complete your registration renewal and submit the required payment by the deadline, ACSLPA will notify you that your registration and practice permit have been suspended, that you cannot work or [...]

Late Submission/Failure to Submit Registration Renewal2023-05-25T14:06:47-06:00


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