If you successfully complete the supervised practice period and demonstrate competence to the satisfaction of the Registrar, but continue to fall below the minimum currency threshold of 1250 hours over a five-year period at the time of your next registration renewal, you will be required to: Participate in an audit of your CCP submission, and in the interview component of the Practice Assessment phase of the CCP (this is coming into effect in 2023). Dependent on the outcome of the interview, you will either exit the assessment phase at this point or you will proceed through the assessment phase components [...]
Regulated members who are ≤ 50 hours short of the 1250-hour threshold will be given the option of either: completing a supervised practice period of a minimum of 18 hours duration, or obtaining an attestation of competence, in a form prescribed by the Registrar, from their employer or from a colleague who is also an ACSLPA regulated member of the same profession. NOTE: The duration of supervised practice may be extended if the Registrar has ongoing concerns regarding competence to practice.
Regulated Members Who Have Practiced Greater Than 50 Hours and Less Than 1250 Hours in the Previous Five YearsShelly Monson2023-05-19T10:28:29-06:00
If, as a regulated member, you have completed some practice within the past 5 years (i.e., >50 but <1250-hour requirement), you will be required to complete a supervised practice period based on the extent of your hours deficiency, as reported over the past five registration renewals. The number of hours will be determined using the following formula: *where 450 hours refers to the length of supervised practice period that is typically required of regulated members or applicants who have not accrued any practice hours over the preceding five-year period (the typical “maximum” supervised practice period). NOTE: The duration of supervised [...]
Regulated members who have not practiced at all within the 5-year period prior to their renewal or application will be expected to complete a 450-hour supervised practice re-entry requirement (roughly the equivalent of three months of full-time work) and will also be expected to successfully complete an entry to practice exam, as prescribed by the Registrar. NOTE: The duration of supervised practice may be extended if the Registrar has ongoing concerns regarding competence to practice.
The purpose of supervised practice is to update your knowledge base and skills, to re-establish your professional networks, and to provide you with support as you return to a more active level of practice. In order to be considered acceptable to the Registrar, a period of supervised practice must include the following features: 1. The supervisor must: be a practicing regulated member of ACSLPA, have a minimum of 3 years of clinical experience in their respective profession, be of good character and reputation, be in good standing with ACSLPA and not be subject to any complaints or investigations at the [...]